[ubuntu-studio-users] Help configuring a wacom tabler on a dual monitor.
argumento at masargumento.org
Mon Nov 10 18:24:03 UTC 2014
Hey, Mike, thanx for your reply.
I'm using blender, and I need the nVidia drivers in order to use the GPU
for rendering. I was also hoping I could use my dual screens and wacom
tablet at the same time. So far I made a small script using xsetwacom,
but it fails to recognize my monitor (DP-0). I'll try to map it to
coordinates instead of a monitor. Thanx.
Will send the solution (if I find it) for other user's sake.
On 08/11/14 21:15, Mike Holstein wrote:
> On Sat, Nov 8, 2014 at 3:48 PM, argumento <argumento at masargumento.org>
>> Hi there ubuntu Studio list!
>> It's the first time I write the list. I need a little help setting up a
>> wacom stylus tablet on a dual monitor setup, so the tablet is maped to
>> one monitor only. I searched in the internet for ways of doing that, and
>> I found that "If you use the NVIDIA binary driver, you'll need to
>> manually set the coordinate mapping. " (source:
>> Since I am using the nVidia drivers, I need to "manualy set the
>> coordinates", which I have no idea how to. I found some how to's in the
>> net, but I don't know if the coordinates are universal, or if I have to
>> find out how my monitors are setup to map it.
>> I apreciate any help with this. Thanks in advance.
>> Benjamín Argumento. I work with GIMOP, Inkscape and Blender, and am
>> using ubuntu studio as my main work OS.
> why not turn one monitor off, and use the wacom?
> can you not use the opensource nvidia driver?
> you can probably load up a live CD with the open driver running, and get
> relevant coordinates from there..
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