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Please read [http://who-t.blogspot.com/2010/09/wacom-support-in-linux.html Wacom Support in Linux] first for a better understanding of the difference between [[linuxwacom]] and [[xf86-input-wacom]]. We also have a list of [[Supported Devices]]. Distributions usually already ship a version of [[xf86-input-wacom]] in their repositories. Kernel patches for Wacom devices, if they have been submitted upstream, will also usually feed back into your distribution's kernel.
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Please read our [[History]] first for a better understanding of the difference between [[linuxwacom]] and [[xf86-input-wacom]]. We also have a list of [[Supported Devices]]. Distributions usually already ship a version of [[xf86-input-wacom]] in their repositories. Kernel patches for Wacom devices, if they have been submitted upstream, will also usually feed back into your distribution's kernel.
  
 
All downloads are available through our [http://sourceforge.net/projects/linuxwacom/files/ Sourceforge page].
 
All downloads are available through our [http://sourceforge.net/projects/linuxwacom/files/ Sourceforge page].

Revision as of 03:49, 12 May 2011


Please read our History first for a better understanding of the difference between linuxwacom and xf86-input-wacom. We also have a list of Supported Devices. Distributions usually already ship a version of xf86-input-wacom in their repositories. Kernel patches for Wacom devices, if they have been submitted upstream, will also usually feed back into your distribution's kernel.

All downloads are available through our Sourceforge page.

Tip: On modern desktop distributions, you do not need the kernel or X drivers in the linuxwacom tarball.

Kernel drivers

X drivers

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