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I was able to fix this by recreating an older Ubuntu file 69-xserver-xorg-input-wacom.rules in /lib/udev/rules.d/69-wacom.rules/ thanks to Phi at AskUbuntu.com The Stylus pen and eraser are detected in the xinput list and both have pressure sensitivity. The code is posted in this response and is also found in older Ubuntu/Lubuntu versions.
If your hardware is incompatible with the standard Ubuntu pm-hibernate, you might want to check out TuxOnIce. That is a very sophisticated hibernation program with its own PPA. That being said: you should never install a PPA because someone told you so (including me) until you've done some research and made a sound, personal judgement as to what the risks ...
I've been having this problem since I got Ubuntu, My mouse would work for like 30 minutes after each time i started the computer and even though the hardware was visible in lsusb the mouse wouldn't move and the lights on my razer imperator wouldn't light up. I fixed the issue by removing another USB mouse out of my computer, its been almost 10 hours now and ...
You might try something like Section "InputClass" MatchUSBID "5543:0005" MatchDevicePath "/dev/input/mouse*" Option "Ignore" "on" EndSection Which should ignore just the mouse interface, you can replace the USBID with the correct one, but I believe that is the correct one for the WP8060. Hopefully that helps.
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