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 fdi 2010-01-28 Pengcheng Chen - Sun Microsystems Pengcheng Chen - Sun Microsystems [2e9e09] Add Solaris support
 include 2010-01-28 Pengcheng Chen - Sun Microsystems Pengcheng Chen - Sun Microsystems [2e9e09] Add Solaris support
 man 2013-01-28 Ping Cheng Ping Cheng [5b9c2d] Add Touch option to xsetwacom manpage
 src 2010-01-28 Pengcheng Chen - Sun Microsystems Pengcheng Chen - Sun Microsystems [2e9e09] Add Solaris support
 tools 2012-09-07 Jason Gerecke Jason Gerecke [e604e4] Have keysym_to_keycode handle unused keycodes
 .gitignore 2010-01-17 Gaetan Nadon Gaetan Nadon [c81762] .gitignore: use common defaults with custom sec...
 AUTHORS 2009-10-14 Peter Hutterer Peter Hutterer [10e003] Merge branch 'property-rework'
 GPL 2002-12-23 jjoganic jjoganic [53185a] Initial import.
 Makefile.am 2012-03-21 Peter Hutterer Peter Hutterer [b8e0ad] Merge branch 'rhel6-branch' into wacom-0.13.0
 README 2010-01-28 Pengcheng Chen - Sun Microsystems Pengcheng Chen - Sun Microsystems [2e9e09] Add Solaris support
 autogen.sh 2012-10-16 Peter Hutterer Peter Hutterer [c85ecf] Drop AM_MAINTAINER_MODE
 configure.ac 2010-01-28 Pengcheng Chen - Sun Microsystems Pengcheng Chen - Sun Microsystems [2e9e09] Add Solaris support
 xorg-wacom.pc.in 2009-08-03 Ping Cheng Ping Cheng [6c5b33] Set up the default xf86-input-* directory struc...

Read Me

This package provides the X.Org X11 driver for Wacom and Wacom-like tablets.
It obsoletes the linuxwacom driver and supports X server versions 1.7 and
higher. Server versions lower than 1.7 may be supported by this driver, but
users are encouraged to use the old linuxwacom driver instead.

Provided that hotplugging is enabled in the X server,  the simplest
configuration is to copy the wacom.fdi file into /etc/hal/fdi/policies and
to restart HAL and then plug in the tablet. The driver will autoconfigure
itself.

If hotplugging is not possible or desired, an InputDevice section in the
xorg.conf with the Driver wacom will load the device. Details on the
configuration can be found in xorg.conf(5) and wacom(4).

Since this driver is an X11 driver only, a kernel driver is required to get
hardware support. If the kernel driver is older than this driver, some
features may not be available.

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BUILDING FROM GIT:
    $ ./autogen.sh --prefix=/usr
Adjust the prefix according to your local setup, in most cases, a prefix of
/usr is correct.

BUILDING FROM TARBALL:

    $ ./configure && make

On Solaris (i386):
    $ ./configure --with-hal-data-dir=/etc/hal && make

On Solaris (amd64):
    $ ./configure --enable-xserver64 --with-hal-data-dir=/etc/hal && make

Adjust the prefix according to your local setup, in most cases, a prefix of
/usr is correct.

==============================================================================

Please surf the HOWTO page at http://linuxwacom.sf.net/index.php/howto/main 
(or the miniHOWTO at http://linuxwacom.sourceforge.net/index.php/minihowto if 
you run a Fedora system) to find the proper options if the default building 
environment doesn't work for you.

==============================================================================

WEBSITE: http://linuxwacom.sf.net

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