Thanks a lot
Thanks a lot
Last edited by Felipe_U; August 9th, 2008 at 12:51 AM.
I am actually working on that now!
If you put
options snd-hda-intel index=0 model=3stack position_fix=0 single_cmd=0
then it gets everything working, but it seems a dirty way of doing it. I am going to figure out how to get it workin almost perfect, but it may take some time.
Using that line is what got most everything working, but the mic has a lot of static which I don't think should be there. It also has a lot of extra devices that don't need to be there. On the gimp thing....
upload a copy of xorg.conf (just rename it to xorg.txt so it will upload) and I will take a look to get all that working...
If anyone wants to get this fixed for intrepid, please stop by #ubuntu-x on freenode. Building from source is nice, but I'd much prefer we had the latest releases built and ready for testing.
A few bugs I noticed.
The rotate works well except the configurations does note rotate i.e when i rotate 180degrees going (with stylus) left take me right and going up takes me down, I copied ur rotate.sh and counter checked xorg.conf as well as Xmodmap.
The sound on tx2000 I noticed there are two ways to make it work, one leaves the mute button orange and one turns it blue. Thats not the only difference one method does work with headphones and one does so I will recommend people to use the following line because it works with headphones the way it suppose to work.
go to /etc/modprobe.d/alsa-base
>sudo gedit /etc/modprobe.d/alsa-base
then as the last line add this entry in a new line paste:
options snd-hda-intel model=hp
This gives you sound on both spleakers and when you plug in the headphones it mutes the speakers. External Mic also works perfectly I just finished a skype video/audio call this second.
DO NOT use
"options snd-hda-intel index=0 model=3stack position_fix=0 single_cmd=0"
on HP tx2000 running hardy 64bit because you will not have sound through the head phones.
Last edited by Kalibur; August 11th, 2008 at 07:04 PM.
"When obstacles arise, you change your direction to reach your goal; you do not change your decision to get there.", Zig Ziglar
I can log into failsafe gnome. Can I complete the wacom installation in there?
PS: I am on a tx2500, I was linked to this post from another. will this all work on tx2500 rather than tx2000?
Last edited by WACOMalt; August 18th, 2008 at 08:02 PM.
Did you overwrite your xorg.conf with mine?
If you did that would be the problem.
Your laptop does not have the nvidia graphics I have. Post your xorg.conf and we will go from there.
Now then, I still do not have digitizer working, after following your oroginal guide (and the addon you posted later) Is there any easier way to get this working on tx2500?
also, how do I UNdo everything I just did? I feel that my wacom driver attempts and stuff are cluttering my computer. Would like to undo the broken install of them.
Ooo good deal...
Okay this will remove the kernel driver:
>sudo rm /lib/modules/`uname -r`/kernel/drivers/input/tablet/wacom.ko
The easiest way to remove everything else is to run
the uninstall.sh script that comes in the prebuilt folder of the linux-wacom folder.
another way (though a little redundent)
is to install the real packages for them then remove them i.e
go to synaptic and search for wacom. Two packages should show up.
install them then apply.
Now right click on them and select remove completely.
That should also work
I am about to update the tutorial so you will not have to patch it anymore
Also for now I would leave your xorg.conf alone...
If you feel the need to fix it, make sure to back it up!
>cp /etc/X11/xorg.conf /etc/X11/xorg.conf.bak
Also for you and anyone else using my tutorial... You need to update your xorg.conf file to match mine that is uploaded here. It fixes a few things...
anyway cheers and hope this helps!
btw: the wacom files are not that big and really don't clutter anything, but I understand where you are coming from. I am way too CDO (OCD in alphabetical order)