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openSUSE 11.1 Reference Guide
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31.2 Configuring Your Tablet Device

After the tablet PC packages have been installed, configure the (internal or external) tablet device with SaX2.

  1. Start SaX2 from the command line or by pressing Alt+F2 and entering sax2.

  2. If you use a Wacom device, click Tablet to show the Tablet Properties.

    If you use the Fujitsu P-Series, click Touchscreen instead.

  3. From the list on the right, select Tablet PCs as vendor, and the name of your tablet and check Activate This Tablet.

    If your machine is not listed and you are sure that you have a Wacom device, select Wacom ISDV4 Tablet PC (serial).

  4. Switch to the Electronic Pens tab and make sure the following options are activated: Add Pen and Add Eraser.

  5. Click OK to save the changes.

After finishing the X Window System configuration, restart your X server by logging out. Alternatively, leave the user interface and run init 3 && init 5 in a virtual console.

After your tablet device has been configured, you can now make use of your pen as input device.

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