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How do I permanently disable Wacom touch on Linux"

I have a wacom tablet with touch feature which I never use, on top of I hate to use because it is always on my way interferes with my palm. I would like to disable it permanently if possible. I use ...
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Annotating PDFs using Wacom tablet on Linux

I recently got a Wacom Bamboo tablet and I'm looking at ways of annotating PDFs with it. My desktop and laptop both run Fedora 20. I would essentially need some piece of software where I can easily do ...
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How to detect a Wacom Intuos5 tablet in Linux Mint?

I have an Intuos5 drawing tablet that I'd like to use under Linux. Under Windows it runs fine, but I can't get it to work in Linux (using Mint 11). lsusb shows that it is known as a USB device: $ ...
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Can't get Wacom Graphire CTE-630BT to work on Mandriva 2010.1 64-bits

[SOLUTION] Install kernel 2.6.34 or newer, or use kernel 2.6.32 or older. 2.6.33 seems to have problems with this pad. I can't get this tablet to properly work. Here are the details: Tablet: ...
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How to calibrate Wacom tablets under Ubuntu Lucid?

I've been using Wacom tablets on Linux for quite some time, almost exclusively in Ubuntu, and in previous versions I've used xidump to track input values. I would use that information to put ...
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Wacom Bamboo tablet and Linux: Anyone experience with it? On which level of abstraction is it supported?

Does anyone has experience with this device under Linux? On which level of abstraction is the Wacom Bamboo tablet supported? Is the device input just translated to mouse input, so that every ...