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RAM Memory Speed. It happens for Asus f3sa bluetooth tablets too, if you unplug them then plug them back in again. It's usually sufficient to switch to another virtual terminal and then back to fix it. It didn't seem to change anything for me, but I didn't test it much.
EDIT: Also, were those button options necessary for the pad to function properly? I never use the pad buttons, so I'll update the howto if they are.
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I'll be putting the howto on the wiki and updating it sometime in the next couple days, as it seems to have helped :. On another note: I now have my wacom graphire bluetooth working in hardy! I had to update the driver to compile with the latest kernel, and I also updated it to compile on 64 bit systems. If anyone wants the updated driver to asus f3sa bluetooth on hardy, post asus f3sa bluetooth or pm me. Sadly, it is difficult to get this tablet working with Linux :.
I've committed the howto to the Ubuntu Community Docs. There are still some issues with Xorg 7. Perhaps they will be resolved. Currently I'm having to compile and install the latest linux wacom drivers, as well as the modified kernel module. Sorry, that file I linked to a few months ago was asus f3sa bluetooth the one I intended to. This one has instructions to go with it. Here is the output from. GNU checking dependency style of gcc Linux checking for linux-based asus f3sa bluetooth Hi laharrin, it looks like you don't have the X development libraries installed.
If you do "sudo apt-get build-dep xserver-xorg-input-wacom" it should install all the necessary -dev packages to compile the wacom driver :. I have the tablet running just as well in Hardy as it did in gutsy, but I did have to compile the asus f3sa bluetooth X driver. Also, I had to modify the hidp module somewhat; here's a link to the new hidp kernel module that should work on hardy. I wondered about that :. It looks like your instructions are what I ended up with in the howto anyway. When you upgrade to hardy you'll probably find it won't compile against the 2.F3S/E/K/U Hardware User''s Manual for Spanish Edition (s).
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