wacom gui for wacom config in gnome

Cybe R. Wizard cyber_wizard at mindspring.com
Thu Nov 25 23:06:36 UTC 2010

On Thu, 25 Nov 2010 16:04:24 -0600
Albert Wagner <albertwagner at cox.net> wrote:

> > Just re-open Synaptic, find that installed package, click on
> > properties and installed files, then see what it installed
> > in /usr/bin.  
> Thanks, Ric.  But that was the first thing I did. Not a single bin 
> directory.

Here's how I found it:

cybe at WizardsTower:~$ sudo apt-get install kde-config-tablet
cybe at WizardsTower:~$ sudo updatedb
cybe at WizardsTower:~$ locate kde-config-tablet


cybe at WizardsTower:~$ man kde-config-tablet

       kcm-tablet - kcm module that implements a GUI for the Wacom
Linux Drivers.
       kde control tablet
       kcm-tablet KDE 4 KCModule
       This module implements a GUI for the Wacom Linux Drivers and
       extends it with  profile support to handle different button /
       pen layouts per pro‐ file.
       For hardware  support  have  a  look  at
       http://www.linuxwacom.source‐ forge.net
       All  tablets  can  be set up as long as they are found via
       xorg.conf or HAL configuration.
       To use this module, find it in systemsettings,  or
       alternatively  with kcmshell4 kcm_tablet
       kcm-tablet is developed by Jörg Ehrichs
       This manual page was written by Lisandro Damián Nicanor Pérez
       Meyer for the Debian project, but may be used by others.
kcm-tablet - kcm module that imple2010-01-03I for the Wacom

...therefore, try the command:
kcmshell4 kcm_tablet
as suggested by that man page.

Cybe R. Wizard
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