Wacom tablet

scratch65535 at att.net scratch65535 at att.net
Wed Oct 11 16:39:25 UTC 2017

I have the same problem with my kvm when switching ports, though
with the base system rather than xorg (I use xfce as the window
layer, and it doesn't scold me for "unplugging" the device). I've
been looking at the source when I've had time, but haven't quite
tracked down the code that wants fixed, yet.  I suspect the fix
might be difficult, since the code is probably just a port driver
that has no idea that it's complaining about the expected
behavior of the particular device that's attached.

[Default] On Wed, 11 Oct 2017 11:44:36 +0100, Chris Sparkes
<chris at sparkessoftware.com> wrote:

>I have a Wacom Intuos 3 tablet I would like to get working on FreeBSD 
>again (it used to work).
>My system is FreeBSD 11.1-RELEASE on amd64. I have webcamd and 
>xf86-input-wacom installed.
>There appears to be 2 problems:
>1. Xorg is not being configured when the device is plugged in. 
>(xsetwacom does not show any devices).
>2. Every time I take the pen off the tablet, the device disconnects and 
>reconnects (seen in dmesg).
>I have tested the tablet on a Linux system and it works without issue, 
>so I do not believe the device is faulty.
>Xorg log shows 'config/devd: ignoring device uhid1'. dmesg shows the 
>messages below. These messages repeat every time I lift the pen off the 
>ugen0.5: <Tablet PTZ-631W> at usbus0 (disconnected)
>ugen0.5: <Tablet PTZ-631W> at usbus0
>uhid1 on uhub0
>uhid1: <Tablet PTZ-631W, class 0/0, rev 1.10/1.09, addr 8> on usbus0
>uhid1: at uhub0, port 13, addr 8 (disconnected)
>uhid1: detached
>Any advise would be greatly appreciated.
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