Gary C Martin wrote:
> On 7 Dec 2008, at 00:58, Wade Brainerd wrote:
>> Okay, Colors! v11 supports Wacom tablets, with pressure sensitivity.
>> Instructions for setup are on the activity page, it's really pretty
>> simple.
>> OLPC folks, it might be nice to update xorg-dcon.conf to support Wacom
>> tablets, and to include the linuxwacom package in builds.  I think
>> that deployments would be well served to have a few cheap graphics
>> tablets available for art classes, etc.  If you're interested, the
>> Colors! activity bundle contains the fixed xorg-dcon.conf.
>> -Wade
> Hey Wade, sounds great! Unfortunately I'm not having any luck here  
> with an XO running 8.2-767 and an Intuos model Wacom tablet. Any one  
> else had any success?
> BTW: After yum has installed linuxwacom.i386 0:, the  
> additions to xorg-dcon.conf made, and a reboot just to make sure – If  
> I go look in /dev/input/ I still see no wacom device listed.
> --Gary

This is great news but it did not work on my setup:
os767 with a BambooFun tablet.

I do not see any entries for the wacom in /dev/input
and a wacdump of all the possible /dev/input/event#
entries showed all unknown.

For my yum install it pulled the same version as Gary

   Had you done some previous installs that might have
   done addition configuration or driver installs?

   What version linuxwacom do you have?

   What /dev/input entries?]

   What do you see with wacdump for them?

Also, the sudo cp of the xorg-dcon.conf from the Colors!
instructions does not have the '!' in it and will not
work.  I had do su to run the command and escape the
'!' as a history expansion character with a backslash.
I was not able to get a combination of escapes that
would work with the sudo emulation...


>> On Mon, Dec 1, 2008 at 12:34 AM, Tomeu Vizoso <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>  
>> wrote:
>>> [adding sugar-devel to cc as it's of interest to other platforms  
>>> than olpc]
>>> On Sun, Nov 30, 2008 at 10:52 PM, Chris Marshall
>>> <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>>>> [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.
>>>> Well, I haven't yet figured out how to get an appropriate
>>>> OLPC kernel build set-up but from my investigation to date
>>>> it looks like the gtk.gdk class interface already has the
>>>> "smarts" to talk to tablets.
>>>> By default, Wacom USB tablets start out in a generic HID mode.
>>>> The application would need to recognize the tablet, then
>>>> enable the full tablet driver and configuration.
>>>> From my reading of the gtk.gdk page it looks like those
>>>> should map directly to the tablet access info on the Wacom
>>>> HOWTO site.
>>>> There is even a command line utility to config
>>>> the tablet that could probably be integrated into the
>>>> Sugar shell process or Sugarized into an activity of sorts:
>>> Hi, in case someone is interested, adding a control panel section to
>>> Sugar is quite easy once you know a bit of pygtk, look here for the
>>> already existing examples:
>>> We should have nice documentation, but in the meantime, feel free  
>>> to ask.
>>> Regards,
>>> Tomeu
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