I have a cintiq board (wacom with tft touch screen built in) and this
works fine with the flavours of Linux I've tried it with. Granted,
I've not tried the xos, but it works fine with ubuntu. Really all the
touch configuration happens in xorg... I managed to get it working on
an eeepc with xandros too, so I dont see why it wouldnt work with an
xo. (not that I'm comparing the 2) Anyway I'd imagine using the
instructions found here and following the fedora core 3 guidelines
should get you up and running:

Kind Regards,
David Van Assche

On Mon, Nov 17, 2008 at 9:39 PM,  <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> wade wrote:
>  > I'm partly set up to build kernels, I can give it a try at some point.
>  >
>  > Ultimately though, just mouse position and clicking isn't nearly
>  > enough.  You *at least* need pressure information for a decent tablet
>  > painting experience.
> right -- i'm hoping someone with some tablet experience will
> point to some tool that does the right config of the tablet.
> paul
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