Re: [alpine-user] Wacom tablet has stopped working - SOLVED
El dom., 20 de ene. de 2019 a la(s) 22:15, fao_ (finnoleary_at_inventati.org)
> t is worth noting that the kernel module shipped with Alpine:
> wacom_w8001, is actually a driver for communcating with *old* wacom
that drivers must be used for those devices that not handle internal or by
usb inclusivelly if are *newer*
> - fao_
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> "Too enough is always not much!"
> On 2019-01-08 5:36 am, fao_ wrote:
> > Hi,
> > Today after a few months of disuse, I decided to plug in my wacom
> > tablet.
> > The light comes on, and the tablet seems to detect the pen, however the
> > cursor does not move. This bug is present when using the USB cable and
> > when
> > using the wireless dongle.
> > After some digging, it seems that the tablet is detected by the kernel,
> > the
> > default udev rules are run, and Xorg attempts to load the driver.
> > However,
> > it fails to open the serial console because:
> >> (EE) Serial Wacom Tablet WACf004: Error opening /dev/ttyS0 (I/O error)
> > Running statserial gives me:
> >> $ sudo statserial /dev/ttyS0the only
> >> statserial: TIOCMGET failed: I/O error
> > (Indeed, I get the same result from all of /dev/ttyS*)
> > `dmesg` doesn't seem to have anything particularly interesting in it,
> > but
> > I've attached both dmesg and Xorg.0.log in case there's something
> > useful
> > there I'm not seeing.
> > Removing the `xf86-input-wacom` package and relying on libinput to
> > provide
> > access to the tablet, seems to produce the same bug.
> > I'm not sure where to go from here, so any advice that you can give
> > will
> > probably be useful.
> > Thanks in advance.
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Received on Mon Jan 21 2019 - 10:42:41 UTC