Hello @d3vid, you might like to try the changes I made in pull request 95, which use the newer Linux kernel ioctls for configuring uinput devices. I made the changes in response to the “missing tablet capabilities: resolution” error, just as you saw in your list-devices output. After the changes, my setup recognises the tablet and I see it in gimp and inkscape.
CPU not detecting tablet
I’m not sure what I’m doing wrong. I installed the driver, ran all the correct codes and got the confirmation which states “GFXtablet driver (protocol 1) is listening on XXXXX (udp), Hint: Make sure this port is not blocked by your firewall” and I kept that terminal open. I installed the app directly from google play store and then I typed in my IP address. It didn’t pop up with an error code or anything. I then opened gimp and set my input to “network tablet”. It all seems like it was done correctly but the computer doesn’t even seem to detect my tablet, as when I draw on it it does nothing. Everything is default unless I specified otherwise. Any/all help would be appreciated.
It seems you didn’t run the networktablet executable in a linux terminal. You need to start this and leave the terminal open. Only then you’ll get a connection between tablet and you operating system.