Mate, I was having problems to install this AUR package but with your answer I was able to solve this. I would like to know if this package provides a graphic tool for configuring the tablet and the pen, as in the gnome-control-center the tablet and the pen are not recognized:
The pen responds to my command, the cursor moves as I move the pen, but I would like to configure its speed and the buttons on the left side of the tablet.
In gnome-control-center it says: “No pens found please move the pen to the proximity of the tablet to set up”
A previous situation, when I had not installed anything yet, this was the message that appeared to me, when no graphics tablet was connected. After I installed the drivers, the tablet started to function normally, but the message on the gnome-control-center remains the same: “No pens found please move the pen to the proximity of the tablet to set up.” I move the pen, the cursor responds to my movements but there is no possibility of configuration.
I’m trying to upload a print but I can’t upload images, I put it on imgur but I can’t post links too
Let me move this to a new topic, so we can try to see if there is indeed an issue or just Gnome is not dealing with it.
Are you on wayland session or X11?
Install xorg-xinput package and provide the output of xinput
Use ``` above and bellow it for proper formatting. For image/links, till you gain more trust on the forum, use this workaround
So instead of the digimend-kernel-drivers-dkms-git as was the case in the other topic, you use this new package, so you will have to do this: pamac remove digimend-kernel-drivers-dkms-git
then sudo rm /etc/x11/xorg.conf.d/11-huion-tablet.conf pamac build digimend-drivers-git-dkms
Reboot your system after that and try again the settings in Gnome.
Their digimend configs are elsewhere … i’ll try to check
For now you can only use xsetwacom list dev
and then for each dev to set the button … something like this xsetwacom --set 'HUION Huion Tablet Pen stylus' Button 1 "button +1"
where the HUION Huion Tablet Pen stylus is actually given by the dev above. Each can be Stylus or Pad, but without the device at hand i need to read more from other users, other sources.
Ok, so their config is in /usr/share/X11/xorg.conf.d/50-digimend.conf
Then you can try to create again the /etc/x11/xorg.conf.d/11-huion-tablet.conf as mentioned in the other topic, and add that content to it. Still can’t asure it will work with the Gnome Settings.
Then see if by installing xf86-input-wacom things change with the detection of the stylus in GS.
So, let me see if I understand: I have to copy all the content present in /usr/share/X11/xorg.conf.d/50-digimend.conf and put into this new file: /etc/x11/xorg.conf.d/11-huion-tablet.conf if it doesn’t work I can try to install xf86-input-wacom. Did I get it right?