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But you need the source code of the driver to use it and for writing a driver you must know very well your tablet hardware, the interface with the PC, the linux kernel, and be a quite good programmer. The manufacturer of the tablet will have the info and the skill but I do not know if they want to support linux.
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Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. Evdev should pick it up if it shows up in lsusb and xinput list. No driver for it; you should check with the manufacturer. I use a Hanvon Armaster with the hajvon based on the hanwang. So the kernel noticed that you have a USB devices, but it can’t say it is a tablet.
Hanvon Tablet Linux Driver – Freecode
Maybe someone could make one for me? I found some information on the “make” comand but I think that is out of my Ubuntu depth. Then attach it to your next post with Manage Attachments below. Something should appear at the bottom; for example with mine I have this I added the hanon after that: That would indicate there is a driver for it in the kernel.
Hanvon USB Artmaster 0806 tablet is supported in Linux now
Email Required, but never shown. Whether it will work with evdev is another question.
Basic Optical Mouse v2. I have always fumbled through bash and sometimes reinstalled. Linkx the same an cut and paste the result in your question.
Hanvon Tablet Driver for Linux
All depends if it’s recognized by the kernel i. The time now is August 23rd, 3. One way of checking it is the following: August 30th, 9. August 30th, Post as a guest Name. If nothing happens, or the kernels says that a USB device is connected but it is not detected as a tablet, it means that your tablet has no driver for Linux you need to ask the manufacturer.
Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct. August 23rd, 1. Don’t know what X driver is suppose to be used.