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Hi I am on ubuntu 19.04 I have the application working via sudo ./networktablet command flawlessly, yet I can make desktop icons for ubuntu, but never had to try with a sudo command or any other command to open an application I am new to linux so confused, after scouring forever looking and trying 10’s of ways I cannot get it to open well it does but as a file to edit in a text editor rather than as a sudo terminal command, I really want gfxtablet incorporated in my custom os so I can open it from an icon but need your help please anyone if you can assist in making the app into a desktop icon for ubuntu would be great.
I’m trying to get Krita working with GfxTablet. Presently it doesn’t on my system, because the input driver gets recognized as a touchscreen instead of a tablet. I’m interested to know if this is distro level weirdness - I am preparing a patch to the driver to fix it, but I want to know if it’s going to mess with non-Debian distros.
So, can any users quickly check most /var/log/Xorg.0.log after they start networktablet, and tell me if the thing is being detected as a touchscreen or a tablet?