wacom and x11 and webcamd
Hans Petter Selasky
hselasky at c2i.net
Sun Apr 1 21:10:58 UTC 2012
On Thursday 29 March 2012 23:20:43 Denver Hull wrote:
> Hans Petter Selasky wrote:
> > On Saturday 24 March 2012 18:14:41 Denver Hull wrote:
> >> Hello,
> >> I discovered this when I saw an update to input-wacom at
> >> freshports.org. I've installed cuse4bsd, the new input-wacom, and the
> >> latest webcamd:
> >> cuse4bsd-kmod-0.1.23
> >> input-wacom-188.8.131.52
> >> webcamd-184.108.40.206
> >> I believe I've followed all the instructions properly, and when I start
> >> webcamd, everything seems to be correct:
> >> Attached ugen1.2 to cuse unit 0
> >> Creating /dev/input/event0
> >> According to dmesg, ugen1.2 is the correct device (I have a Bamboo Pen):
> >> ugen1.2:<Wacom Co.,Ltd.> at usbus1
> >> The /dev/input/event0 node is indeed created. However, when I start X,
> >> I get the following:
> >> (EE) stylus: Wacom X driver can't grab event device (Bad address)
> >> (EE) eraser: Wacom X driver can't grab event device (Bad address)
> >> (EE) cursor: Wacom X driver can't grab event device (Bad address)
> >> (EE) pad: Wacom X driver can't grab event device (Bad address)
> >> (EE) touch: Wacom X driver can't grab event device (Bad address)
> >> Protocol not supported by server
> >> The last line repeats indefinitely, and X never finishes starting up.
> >> The system I'm trying this on is 8.3-PRERELEASE. I had tried this
> >> quickly a while ago on 8.2-STABLE with similar results.
> >> Does anyone have any ideas about what might be wrong?
> > Hi,
> > I think the wacom has two interfaces.
> > So you need to do two instances of webcamd, using -i 0 and -i 1 .
> > Else search google for webcamd-220.127.116.11
> > --HPS
> My Bamboo Pen is working fine now. I installed your latest version,
> webcamd-18.104.22.168, and that takes care of getting webcamd started
> properly. It's still necessary to make sure moused doesn't attach to
> the tablet. I'm not sure what the best way is to do that, but for now
> I've adjusted /etc/devd.conf so only the first ums device gets attached.
> Thanks Hans, this is great. I wish I had one or two other devices I
> could try.
To avoid ums attach, see "usbconfig dump_quirk_names | grep UMS".
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