They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your own. I don’t have a fix but after half a day of frustration I think I have a work-around for you if you are using Debian 8 “Stretch”. All times are GMT Type the following command in the terminal to know the make of the Pentablet. Show the current configuration: I’ve not tried the other input modes.
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The tablet works but losts cursor on each touch.
This is what appear on the terminal: If you experience problems with the buttons, use: Page 1 of 3 1 2 3 Last Jump to page: The time now is If you have to run calibrate, and get your tablet working, please come back and add your tablet settings to the list below!
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input – Genius Graphics tablet (WPU) not working on Debian – Unix & Linux Stack Exchange
Calibration output If calibrate for some reason doesn’t work Skip this section if calibrate worked for you. Number Function 0 No action only movement 1 Left button click 2 Middle Button click 3 Right Button click 4 Scroll up one click equals one step of scroll wheel in my logitech mouse 5 Scroll down If you want to disable a button maybe because llinux know that one of the buttons causes some problemsuse zero.
Use the value for rc. Find the name of the device you want to change, e.
Recent versions of Ubuntu
The tablet is not supported by this driver 3. Number Function 0 Mosuepen action only movement 1 Left button click 2 Middle Button click 3 Right Button click 4 Scroll up one click equals one step of scroll wheel in my logitech mouse 5 Scroll down.
Take a backup – run this command: If pressure-sensitivity doesn’t work, there are 3 possible causes: Run this command in a terminal and post the results. Someone can help me? Page History Linud to edit.
Try to get your tablet working first before you come back and experiment with the buttons. Enter in a terminal: What can I do to get that working? The driver is not properly installed 2.
XFree driver for Genius MousePen WizardPen
You should now be able to restart X and have the tablet working as a mouse. It’s actually how I prefer it for photo editing.
When the cursor goes to the top left corner geius indicates the tablet is not on a X driver. If the tablet is still not working, follow this instructions: If you don’t have an account, then email me: The device will show up multiple times in “xinput list”, sometimes even under different names.
Known tablets working with the Wizardpen-driver
So either the driver isn’t working correctly or you do not have a wizardpen. Join Date Jun Beans So what I would want is this pen sending button 1 when the pen touches the tablet, and button 2 and 3 with the buttons of the pen, but I think it would disrupt the mouse the tablet comes with a mouse too which is working ok.
If you choose to install a gnius package you can just extract it and skip to “Building and installing the driver”. If I configure my tablet analog to that guide, its still in some kind of absolute mode, the cursor jumps if I touch the tablet somewhere.
Configuring the buttons on the pen Special thanks to riesenpixel for writing the following part about the button-configuration. Radeon driver update for Xfree 4.