View Full Version : Wacom Linux Drivers out in beta !!

January 18th, 2007, 04:28 PM
I have sendt a mail to the wacom guys, and got this answer:

Dear Mr. Pedersen,

thank you for your e-mail dated 13.01.2007.

Yes, in case you own a USB model of our tablet, you can get a beta version of
our driver to use on your Linux machine.

For more info about the linux/unix Wacom project, please consult the web page of
the software development department: www.wacomeng.com

If there should be further questions, please do not hesitate to contact us

Best regards

Paolo Pinzuti

Wacom technical Support
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----- Original Message -----
Subject: Drivers help.

>I've got my Wacom I 3 A5 to work perfectly on my windows xp box. But, here
>is the thing, I got it to work on my Linux box with some alternative
>drivers, but the pen pressure dont work. So, is it possible for you guys to
>make some linux drivers ? it would be great, because I know there is a lot
>of linux users with a wacom tablet (from forums), but can't get it to work
>perfectly. There is a photoshop-like-program on Linux that's called 'The
>Gimp'. So it would be great to give us editors at the linux platform some
>handy drivers.
>--Řyvind A. Pedersen.


EDIT: Is this old news ?