I've created a script to set up my Intuos tablet at the start of a session:
#!/bin/sh xsetwacom set "Wacom Intuos4 4x6 pad" AbsWheelUp "key ctrl minus"; xsetwacom set "Wacom Intuos4 4x6 pad" AbsWheelDown "key ctrl plus"; xsetwacom set "Wacom Intuos4 4x6 pad" Button 1 "key ctrl 0"; #touchring button xsetwacom set "Wacom Intuos4 4x6 stylus" Button 2 3; xsetwacom set "Wacom Intuos4 4x6 stylus" Button 3 2; xsetwacom set "Wacom Intuos4 4x6 stylus" TabletPCButton on;
which I've saved as
chmod a+x ~/bin/.wacomsetup.sh. Checking the properties, shows that it's allowed to run as a program, but that my user account can only read/write to the file.
I've confirmed it works when I run it from Terminal using
sh ~/bin/.wacomsetup.sh, but when I put the path as the command entry in a new entry in Startup Applications (is this specific to Cinnamon?), it doesn't run the script after logging in/restarting (I have to run it manually).
Edit Startup Program:
Setup Wacom Intuos
Are there different permissions I need to apply to the script to allow it to run on startup this way?
(I'd appreciate if someone could retag this question more appropriately, if there are better tags.)