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    Can the xf86-input-usbtablet driver be ported to FreeBSD?

    After moving over from Ubuntu to FreeBSD around the beginning of this year, one of my few disappointments has been that my HUION Inspiroy H950P was not supported and FreeBSD support seemed to indicate that only Wacom tablets were supported. Yet, as a teacher, the use of the tablet has been so...
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    Wacom Intuos Not Working in FreeBSD 13.0-RELEASE

    Hi, I tried following the instructions here but pen/tablet is not working at all: I did everything except compile xorg-server with Hal enabled, as Hal backend has been completely removed from the port as it's depreciated. So not sure...
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    Help Needed to wipe a cellphone and/or a tablet with FreeBSD

    Ok so here's the thing.: I'm trying to purify/wipe cellphones and tablets in a safe and secure manner by using any app/program/port made for wiping HDDs and SSDs. Right now, I've tried using BCwipe to wipe the device "ugen0.2" (which is the phone I want to wipe) but it keeps resulting in an I/O...
  4. Mjölnir

    FreeBSD Kommunity Edition

    Let's just brainstorm... What would you expect a "FreeBSD Kommunity Edition" to be/offer? What would you like it to be/offer? Is there demand for such a thing? Would you like to see a *BSD Kommunity Edition? What is missing or should be better in base FreeBSD / in the KDE ports? Add your...
  5. aragats

    A tablet running FreeBSD?

    Does anybody have experience running FreeBSD on a tablet? Any suggestions on brands, chipsets etc? Thanks!
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    FreeBSD 12 STABLE: Wacom bamboo fun CTH-661 how to

    To get your wacom bamboo fun CTH-661 working, start by installing xf86-input-wacom and adding this to your /etc/rc.conf: devd_enable="YES" #To use a wacom tablet webcamd_enable="YES" #To use a wacom tablet (and a webcam if you have it) Then do: cp...