Re: Wacom USB tablets

2000-11-11 Thread Simon Budig
Daniel Egger ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: Maybe we should provide a FAQ for that. Simon, do you have any text I can start with? What about asking Owen Taylor to extend the XInput-Howto? http://www.gtk.org/~otaylor/xinput/ Bye, Simon -- [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Wacom USB tablets

2000-11-10 Thread Alan Buxey
hi, I've got a Intellimouse Explorer and Microsoft Natural Keyboard Pro, both are USB. I've got Kernel 2.2.17 (but this works with .15 and .16 ^ too, I've done it) with a 2.4 backport of USB support. Available @

Re: Wacom USB tablets

2000-11-10 Thread egger
On 9 Nov, COUTIER Eric wrote: In my country (France), a supermarket sell a wacom tablet and mouse for a nice price (i think). But, it work with USB port. Will work it in linux, specially with gimp ? You're talking about the Graphire. Yes, it works. You need either a 2.4.0pre kernel or

Re: Wacom USB tablets

2000-11-10 Thread DeusExHeli0s
yes, for you , me and any experience Linux people this isnt difficult, but you take our position for granted. Good point, I'd not thought of that. almost everyone else will have to learn things like recompiling kernels , patching sources etc - Interestingly, I learned patching and

Re: Wacom USB tablets

2000-11-09 Thread Petr Danecek
If it works with Linux, then it works with gimp. Yes, usb is supported. I believe you can find details in some Linux hardware-compatibility-HOWTO. regards, Petr On Thu, 9 Nov 2000, COUTIER Eric wrote: Hello everybody, In my country (France), a supermarket sell a wacom tablet and mouse for

Re: Wacom USB tablets

2000-11-09 Thread DeusExHeli0s
you have to have a latest , cutting-edge Linux-kernel (plus lots of quite new config files) to get USB support under Linux. its getting there, but its not very easy for an average user alan I've got a Intellimouse Explorer and Microsoft Natural Keyboard Pro, both are USB. I've