Hello and happy new year to all.
So I'm trying to get a USB writing tablet to work on FreeBSD 13.1 so that I can write/solve math equations digitally rather than writing on paper.
I have installed the following drivers:
pkg install libwacom
pkg install xf86-input-wacom
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...
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)
I recently installed FreeBSD on my X230 tablet and nearly everything works perfectly. But I have two issues with the Wacom things:
The touch screen behaves strangly: At about every second touch the pointer moves only half the way from it's current to it's new position and it is...
I initially installed 11 RCs - 10 and earlier don't have drivers for the USB on the motherboard so I can't even install from a USB drive.
On RC3 a Wacom Inuos appeared to be working following the instructions at https://wiki.freebsd.org/WacomTablet although I didn't have chance to test fully...