I’ve got a new Huion h610 pro drawing tablet.
I looked up a in a few places, but couldn’t find up to date instructions that actually work.
I connected the tabled and opened Krita, and the pen works, but not the buttons.
Also, I have 3 screens, and I want the tablet to only cover a single screen.
I found two posts on reddit (can’t post links for some reason), both links use command
xsetwacom which doesn’t exist on my machine. Am I missing a Wacom package?
Have a read here:
Some important information from the archived forum is about the file
/usr/share/X11/xorg.conf.d/50-huion.conf that should be
Also it should be linked to /etc/X11 too
sudo ln -s /usr/share/X11/xorg.conf.d/50-tablet.conf /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/50-tablet.conf
and the first section should be:
Identifier "Huion on wacom"
Very much depends also on what DE you are using. In KDE Plasma you can make use of
kcm-wacomtablet settings that will also install the
x86-input-wacom that has the
There is no reliable UI Settings in XFCE, except this
that in fact is not reliable enough yet, just half way were it should be.
In Gnome you have the native settings, but, you might have to tweak some config files.
For configuring the mapping between the tablet and the screen I used this: PTXConf
It has an AUR: ptxconf-git
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