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  Submitted by: Wildman

Date Posted:
Aug-27-2016
Last Updated:
Aug-27-2016
License:
Freeware
Downloads:
2468
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User Rating:
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About Wacom USB:

About:
An input_server add-on for Wacom USB tablets.
(PenPartner, Graphire and Intuos, Graphire2, Intuos2, PL-series)
Copyright 2000,2002 by Olaf van Es and Frans van Nispen.

This program is freeware and comes without any warranty.
If you want to put this program on a cd / coverdisk I want a copy.

Note:
From the beosreadylist supported
USB Controllers and Peripherals:
UHCI-based controllers (Intel PIIX4 and Via chipsets)

This means that certain USB controllers are not (yet) supported by Be. So if you don't see
any entries in /dev/bus/usb/ you are out of luck.
To check: open a terminal window (applications / Terminal) and type behind the $ prompt
ls -R /dev/bus/usb/

Known bugs:
-the need to kill the mouse task.
if you have a real USB Mouse then you might need to edit the
scripts to kill "USB Mouse 2" or something like that.
check with from Terminal with
$ ps | grep USB

Questions etc? mail me:

Olaf van Es
olaf.van.es@zonnet.nl
http://home.zonnet.nl/olaf.van.es/beos/

Frans van Nispen
frans@xentronix.com
http://www.xentronix.com



Latest Version

Details about this version:
Extended the list of supported devices to work with the Refraction Imaging
package for BeOS by Xentronix.
Works with wacom usb tablets connected on port /dev/bus/usb/*/*/*
where * is 0 to 2 or 9.

How to install:

1) Remove old versions of penpartner_usb, graphire_usb or intuos_usb
from the devices dir.

2) Move / copy the wacom_usb add-on to the
/boot/home/config/add-ons/input_server/devices/
directory (a link is provided)

3) Restart the input_server (click on the restart input_server script)

4) Since the tablet is still being picked up by the mouse server
(you&squo;ll see the pointer jumping around the screen)
You&squo;ll have to kill the &dquo;USB Mouse 1&dquo; task.

I think I know how to fix this but it will take some time...

5) In the mean time you can put the line:
kill &dquo;USB Mouse 1&dquo;
in the UserBootscript.

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