Well, I blacklisted the relevant module and recompiled the driver as the guide said. The hid-core.c file hasn't the line described in the guide tho: It has a definition by cases that collapses the wacom driver to the standard one if wacom specific driver is not loaded. In doubt, I eliminated
I think I know why you get that error. any part of the kernel (and drivers are part of the kernel) are off-limits to change for any Qube VM. To avoid loading a module you don't have to remove it, you can just blacklist a module. Your distro may have a specific way of doing it, but a little
Sorry, when I tried to remove /lib/modules/4.9.56-21.pvops.qubes.x86_64/kernel/drivers/input/tablet/wacom_serial4.ko I get the error rm: cannot remove '/lib/modules/4.9.56-21.pvops.qubes.x86_64/kernel/drivers/input/tablet/wacom_serial4.ko': Read-only file system (Not always I get
I saw this reply only yesterday, unfortunately. So, I followed your suggestion and looked around. I found this, that should do exactly what you say: https://cwcode.wordpress.com/2014/01/14/compiling-a-new-kernel-module-to-use-hid-core-for-a-wacom-bamboo-pad/ Now, since this guide is not for
On Tuesday, 9 January 2018 01:54:40 GMT Fabrizio Romano Genovese wrote: > Hello all, > This looks like an old issue: > https://github.com/QubesOS/qubes-issues/issues/2715 > > I'd be interested in using only the basic tablet features (essentially > moving the mouse and clicking around using the
Hello all, I'd like to use a wacom bamboo graphic tablet as an alternative pointing device, mainly to draw on virtual whiteboards to do maths in conference calls. At the moment, this is not possible: Connecting the graphic tablet and passing it to the relevant VM produces no effect whatsoever.