wacom and x11 and webcamd
denverh at comcast.net
Thu Mar 29 21:21:53 UTC 2012
Hans Petter Selasky wrote:
> On Saturday 24 March 2012 18:14:41 Denver Hull wrote:
>> 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:
>> 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?
> 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-126.96.36.199
My Bamboo Pen is working fine now. I installed your latest version,
webcamd-188.8.131.52, 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
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