Sebastian Kromp wrote:
> I thought the linuxwacom-project offers a kernelmodule too, but they
> seem not to, sorry.
I think they do - they "own" the one that is present in the kernel itself :)
(this is the way any sane developer would do it)
> Well, IÂ´ve found this bug at the kernel bugzilla
> http://bugzilla.kernel.org/show_bug.cgi?id=9658 and looked for the
> vendor_id-struct at the /drivers/input/tablet/wacom_wac.c of the
> kernels, 2.6.23-gentoo-r3 (the bugreporter uses), 2.6.23-gentoo-r6
> and 2.6.24-git16 and the Vendor ID 0x56a isnÂ´t there. IÂ´m not sure if
> itÂ´s true, but I guess this means, that this tablet isnÂ´t supported
> yet, isnÂ´t it?
The vendor ID is there: it's USB_VENDOR_ID_WACOM
One way to find the numeric value of that is to plug that identifier
into http://lxr.free-electrons.com/ident - you'll see it's 056a
However, device support is done on a (vendor ID, product ID) combination
and you're correct in saying that there is no (0x56a,0x90) entry in
> IÂ´ve found lots of reports , that says that this tablet isnÂ´t
> working/supported yet, but the linux-wacom-project seems to work at it
> /( I've contacted Ping Cheng form Linux Wacom Tablet Project and asked
> when they will add support for us. Answer:
> "It is in my to-do list
> ). But, I don't have time to work on it soon. If you have development
> experience, you may work on it. Otherwise, we'll have to see if there
> is anyone else available in the development group before I get a
> chance to work on it. " -
Great! Can you put that information on the bug then please?
> I have nothing found, that points to that this problem was reported to
> the wacom or kernel developers.
Ping Cheng is both a wacom and kernel developer. You just reported it to
him, and he was already aware.
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