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    fujitsu lifebook t4010d on 9.10 wacomcpl doesn't recognize touchscreen?

    hi all,

    I've been messing with my t4010d trying to turn it into a mp3 dj station for a while now. I've bounced around between 64studio, pure:dyne, and now I'm back to ubuntu studio. The goal is to get an audio optimized kernel with a working touchscreen

    I had the touchscreen working on pre-intrepid releases of ubuntu by editing the xorg.conf file, but was tempted to upgrade to ubuntu studio when I read about the wacomcpl. The wacom control panel does not recognize a device to configure however.

    I have wacom-tools and xserver-xorg-input-wacom installed. I believe one of these was installed by default but i used apt-get to install the other (sorry dont remember which, but i believe that info is moot anyway)

    Does anybody have any familiarity with Fujitsu Lifebooks who could possibly lend a hand? I didn't see any Karmic or Jaunty hardware testing completed in the ubuntu testing repository

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    Re: fujitsu lifebook t4010d on 9.10 wacomcpl doesn't recognize touchscreen?

    Hi djrakun,

    Most likely wacom-tools.

    You can see why wacomcpl isn't working by entering:
    Code:
    xinput -list
    and see what it is calling your tablet. If:
    Code:
    xsetwacom list
    is blank, that's why wacomcpl isnt working.

    You could try one of the two modified .fdi's attached to the bottom of the linuxwacom HOW TO.

    Read "Jaunty (9.04) & Karmic (9.10) Users" near the top. Instructions for installing the .fdi's are in Section 2 b). Instructions for setting up wacomcpl in Section 3.

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    Re: fujitsu lifebook t4010d on 9.10 wacomcpl doesn't recognize touchscreen?

    thanks for your help. i followed your instructions and after the reboot it was working! I got a little too excited and opened up mixxx to play with the pen control and the OS locked up, before i could set anything in wacomcpl. I did a hard reboot and i lost pen control. followed the instructions several times after that and pen control was never regained.

    Trying to get back there now. will let you know if i manage it

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    Hi there,

    I have the same problem, unfortunately (same laptop too)...

    I have replaced the fdi with one of the custom ones that you supply in the long thread. I'm using the Favux_serial-tablet&tablet-pc_test2_10-wacom.fdi.txt. After restarting it still doesn't show up anything in the wacomcpl...

    The devices is listed in xinit -list
    Code:
    xinit list
    X: user not authorized to run the X server, aborting.
    xinit:  Server error.
    blerim@blerim-laptop:~$ xinput list
    "Virtual core pointer"    id=0    [XPointer]
        Num_buttons is 32
        Num_axes is 2
        Mode is Relative
        Motion_buffer is 256
        Axis 0 :
            Min_value is -1
            Max_value is -1
            Resolution is 0
        Axis 1 :
            Min_value is -1
            Max_value is -1
            Resolution is 0
    "Virtual core keyboard"    id=1    [XKeyboard]
        Num_keys is 248
        Min_keycode is 8
        Max_keycode is 255
    "Power Button"    id=2    [XExtensionKeyboard]
        Type is KEYBOARD
        Num_keys is 248
        Min_keycode is 8
        Max_keycode is 255
    "Fujitsu FUJ02B1"    id=3    [XExtensionKeyboard]
        Type is KEYBOARD
        Num_keys is 248
        Min_keycode is 8
        Max_keycode is 255
    "Video Bus"    id=4    [XExtensionKeyboard]
        Type is KEYBOARD
        Num_keys is 248
        Min_keycode is 8
        Max_keycode is 255
    "Power Button"    id=5    [XExtensionKeyboard]
        Type is KEYBOARD
        Num_keys is 248
        Min_keycode is 8
        Max_keycode is 255
    "AT Translated Set 2 keyboard"    id=6    [XExtensionKeyboard]
        Type is KEYBOARD
        Num_keys is 248
        Min_keycode is 8
        Max_keycode is 255
    "PnP Device (FUJ02e5)"    id=7    [XExtensionKeyboard]
        Type is Wacom Stylus
        Num_keys is 248
        Min_keycode is 8
        Max_keycode is 255
        Num_buttons is 32
        Num_axes is 6
        Mode is Absolute
        Motion_buffer is 256
        Axis 0 :
            Min_value is 0
            Max_value is 24576
            Resolution is 2540
        Axis 1 :
            Min_value is 0
            Max_value is 18432
            Resolution is 2540
        Axis 2 :
            Min_value is 0
            Max_value is 255
            Resolution is 1
        Axis 3 :
            Min_value is -64
            Max_value is 63
            Resolution is 1
        Axis 4 :
            Min_value is -64
            Max_value is 63
            Resolution is 1
        Axis 5 :
            Min_value is 0
            Max_value is 1023
            Resolution is 1
    "PnP Device (FUJ02e5) eraser"    id=8    [XExtensionKeyboard]
        Type is Wacom Eraser
        Num_keys is 248
        Min_keycode is 8
        Max_keycode is 255
        Num_buttons is 32
        Num_axes is 6
        Mode is Absolute
        Motion_buffer is 256
        Axis 0 :
            Min_value is 0
            Max_value is 24576
            Resolution is 2540
        Axis 1 :
            Min_value is 0
            Max_value is 18432
            Resolution is 2540
        Axis 2 :
            Min_value is 0
            Max_value is 255
            Resolution is 1
        Axis 3 :
            Min_value is -64
            Max_value is 63
            Resolution is 1
        Axis 4 :
            Min_value is -64
            Max_value is 63
            Resolution is 1
        Axis 5 :
            Min_value is 0
            Max_value is 1023
            Resolution is 1
    "Macintosh mouse button emulation"    id=9    [XExtensionPointer]
        Type is MOUSE
        Num_buttons is 5
        Num_axes is 2
        Mode is Relative
        Motion_buffer is 256
        Axis 0 :
            Min_value is -1
            Max_value is -1
            Resolution is 1
        Axis 1 :
            Min_value is -1
            Max_value is -1
            Resolution is 1
    "AlpsPS/2 ALPS GlidePoint"    id=10    [XExtensionPointer]
        Type is TOUCHPAD
        Num_buttons is 12
        Num_axes is 2
        Mode is Relative
        Motion_buffer is 256
        Axis 0 :
            Min_value is 0
            Max_value is 1023
            Resolution is 1
        Axis 1 :
            Min_value is 0
            Max_value is 767
            Resolution is 1
    "PS/2 Mouse"    id=11    [XExtensionPointer]
        Type is MOUSE
        Num_buttons is 5
        Num_axes is 2
        Mode is Relative
        Motion_buffer is 256
        Axis 0 :
            Min_value is -1
            Max_value is -1
            Resolution is 1
        Axis 1 :
            Min_value is -1
            Max_value is -1
            Resolution is 1
    xsetwacom doesn't return anything ...

    Your help is much appreciated!

    B1ler

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    Re: fujitsu lifebook t4010d on 9.10 wacomcpl doesn't recognize touchscreen?

    I got the stylus working with following xorg.conf:

    Code:
    Section "Device"
    	Identifier	"Configured Video Device"
    EndSection
    
    Section "Monitor"
    	Identifier	"Configured Monitor"
    EndSection
    
    Section "Module"
    	Load "wacom"
    EndSection
    
    Section "Screen"
    	Identifier	"Default Screen"
    	Monitor		"Configured Monitor"
    	Device		"Configured Video Device"
    EndSection
    
    Section "InputDevice"
            Driver          "wacom"
            Identifier      "cursor"
            Option          "Device"        "/dev/ttyS0"
            Option          "USB"           "off"
            Option          "ForceDevice"   "ISDV4"
            Option          "Type"          "cursor"
            Option          "Mode"          "absolute"
            Option          "Speed"         "3.0"
            Option          "Threshold"     "2"
    #       Option          "DebugLevel"    "10"
    #       Option          "MaxX"          "24576"
    #       Option          "MaxY"          "18432"
    EndSection
    
    Section "InputDevice"
            Driver          "wacom"
            Identifier      "stylus"
            Option          "Device"        "/dev/ttyS0"
            Option          "Type"          "stylus"
            Option          "Mode"          "absolute"
    #       Option          "Tilt"          "on"
    #       Option          "TiltInvert"    "on"
            Option          "Threshold"     "2"
    #       Option          "DebugLevel"    "10"
    EndSection
    
    Section "InputDevice"
            Driver          "wacom"
            Identifier      "eraser"
            Option          "Device"        "/dev/ttyS0"
            Option          "Type"          "eraser"
            Option          "Mode"          "absolute"
    #       Option          "Tilt"          "on"
    #       Option          "TiltInvert"    "on"
            Option          "Threshold"     "2"
    #       Option          "DebugLevel"    "10"
    EndSection
    
    Section "ServerLayout"
            Identifier      "Layout"
            Screen          "Default Screen"
            InputDevice     "cursor"        "SendCoreEvents"
            InputDevice     "stylus"        "SendCoreEvents"
            InputDevice     "eraser"        "SendCoreEvents"
    EndSection
    Additionally I had to symlink
    Code:
    ln -s /dev/event10 /dev/input/event10
    after upgrading from xubuntu 8.10 to 9.04 to get the touchpad working.
    Last edited by Thomas Kalka; April 4th, 2010 at 02:38 AM.

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