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Old 10-27-2005, 10:37 AM   #1
oryeen
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Wacom Intuos 2 & Fedora 4


Hello,

I'm quite a newbie in Linux matters, but well... I try and learn, try and learn all time

But I cannot make my Intuos 2 work properly on Fedora 4.
I works very imprecisely and, at least in Gimp, it doesn't have pressure sensivity. I tried linux drivers (linuxwacom), but well... they doesn't seem to work.

Maybe it's the Gimp problem? But I don't think so, 'cause i's still very imprecise (I mean the area of work on screen changes strangely, you know, one time the edge of area is like the edge of screen and another time edge of... emmm... "window"?) in other programs, not only in Gimp.
 
  


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