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I recommend using the driver from http://digimend.github.io/ (old wiki at http://digimend.sourceforge.net/wiki/DIGImend ). They recommend against using the wizardpen driver generally. I'm using a modified version of their driver for my Huion h610 successfully, for whatever it's worth.


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I finally got it to work with the following workaround: I just removed the whole folder /lib/udev/rules.d/69-wacom.rules/ (Actually I moved it to my Desktop just in case I need it again.) Then I added the following file (named 69-xserver-xorg-input-wacom.rules) instead of the removed folder (I have copied the file from the ubuntu installed on my lenovo X61 ...


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In settings of the tablet: "USB computer connection": We have the choice between Media device (MTP) Or Camera (PTP). MTP is only for Windows and Mac. PTP is for computers that don't support MTP. So, on Linux I not transfer anything else than photos that too when PTP is enabled.


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DJCrashdummy was correct, the kernel is basically the whole operating system. In fact "Linux" is a kernel! A kernel is a mechanism to abstract the compute hardware to the software. So, regardless of what underlying hardware is in the machine, the same system calls (calls programs make the kernel) can be used to access the hardware regardless of the ...


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Ubuntu is working with a Linux Kernel. to explain it very simple: the Kernel is the piece of software that gets your hardware working with the Operating System. so... if you are successfully booting and using a Operating System, you already use a Kernel. in your case you probably need a extra driver... and some drivers just work with a specific ...


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You must disable the HID Sensor collection under Device Manager --> Sensors for this to work. I'm not sure exactly what this device controls but so far I've found that it does control the keyboard on/off when in tablet mode. So no, this is not hardware based.


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1)Estimated at Q1-2015. 2)Yes you could do it,but that is basically jailbreaking. As for the devices on which you could do that I suggest you carefully read this list: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Touch/Devices But you could get the best results on Nexus devices because those are the devices used by the developers themselves for testing.


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You can use TeamViewer to control your computer from your tablet. If you just want a command line/file access to your computer, you can install OpenSSH with sudo apt-get install openssh-server and connect to it from your tablet using JuiceSSH for the command line, and ES File Explorer for file access.


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see this link it states "KYE MousePen i608X- A patch supporting this tablet was accepted into the kernel 3.4 release."


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This might not be the correct procedure but I managed to get it to work. I'll post it and you can do it if you're feeling adventurous. There are two ways I did this but I can't guarantee that they will work for you simply because I still consider myself a newbie and I did this by following other people's guides. WARNING: This includes compiling a custom ...



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