So the kernel noticed that you have a USB devices, but it can’t say it is a tablet. One way of checking it is the following: Email Required, but never shown. Hanvon Tablet Driver Wrapping. Something should appear at the bottom; for example with mine I have this I added the highlight after that:
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Where can I get the Hanvon tablet drivers for Linux?
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Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. Not sure if it’s gonna work with your model, but I use this driver for my Hanvon tablet: I am not really here to request either of those; I’m just here to let you know what while Linux is becoming much more popular around the world, you are causing yourself to lose many many sales due to the fact that Wacom supports Linux and not Hanvon.
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Originally Posted by ondrah. So the kernel noticed that you have a USB devices, but it can’t say it is a tablet.
To whom it may concern: Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Sadly these seem to be unsupported now and becoming unreliable in recent Ubuntu releases, to the point where they are no longer kinux at all on a clean installation of Ubuntu This is not the place for low effort joke answers.
Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct. Is there any other thing that could be wrong with my system?
Has anyone accomplished it or knows how to? I already have all those packages. Zanna 50k 13 Will the generic Wacom drivers work?