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Intuos 2 (USB)

It has been a few weeks since I installed an Intuos2 onto Xorg 6.8.1, my recollection is that the installation was fairly similar to the Graphire 2 (see [*]). Here is the relevant section in /etc/X11/XF86config...

Section InputDevice

 Driver wacom 

 Identifier Mouse[9] 

 Option Device /dev/input/event4

 Option InputFashion Tablet

 Option Mode Absolute

 Option Name GRAPHIRE / INTUOS (USB)

 Option Protocol Auto

 Option SendCoreEvents on

 Option Tilt on

 Option Type cursor

 Option USB on

 Option Vendor WACOM

EndSection

Section InputDevice

 Driver wacom

 Identifier Mouse[11]

 Option Device /dev/input/event4

 Option InputFashion Pen

 Option Mode Absolute

 Option Name GRAPHIRE / INTUOS Stylus (USB)

 Option Protocol Auto

 Option SendCoreEvents on

 Option Tilt on

 Option Type stylus''

 Option USB on

 Option Vendor WACOM

EndSection

Section InputDevice

  Driver       wacom

  Identifier   Mouse[13]

  Option       Device /dev/input/event4

  Option       InputFashion Eraser

  Option       Mode Absolute

  Option       Name GRAPHIRE / INTUOS Eraser (USB)

  Option       Protocol Auto

  Option       SendCoreEvents on

  Option       Tilt on

  Option       Type eraser

  Option       USB on

  Option       Vendor WACOM

EndSection

...and in section `ServerLayout'...

Section ServerLayout

  

  InputDevice  Mouse[9] SendCoreEvents

  InputDevice  Mouse[11] SendCoreEvents

  InputDevice  Mouse[13] SendCoreEvents

  

EndSection

It is definitely possible to have both the Graphire2 and Intuos2 in use at the same time! It is pretty annoying, however that the number in /dev/input/event4 may change (e.g. to event5) depending on what other USB devices are plugged in.


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David Fong 2011-01-25