Hi, I’m having an issue with trying to set up XP Pen. I got all the files in the correct directory but apparently when I try running the install shell file using ./install.sh, it gives me a prompt saying “cannot find driver’s rules in package”. Even though I placed the .rules in the correct directory. I have an XP Pen 12, and I used this link.
And when I inspected the install.sh via root, it’s also giving me “Cannot find driver’s rules in package” when I try to run the XP Pen Drivers program I see in my search.
System info via Neofetch:
OS: Manjaro Linux x86_64
Host: Inspiron 15-3567
Uptime: 5 hours, 55 mins
Packages: 1148 (pacman), 39 (flatpak), 16 (snap)
Shell: bash 5.1.16
Resolution: 1366x768, 1920x1080
DE: Xfce 4.16
WM Theme: Matcha-sea
Theme: Matcha-dark-sea [GTK2/3]
Icons: Papirus-Maia [GTK2], Adwaita [GTK3]
Terminal Font: Monospace 12
CPU: Intel i5-7200U (4) @ 3.100GHz
GPU: Intel HD Graphics 620
Memory: 5215MiB / 7814MiB
there is this package in the AUR
AUR (en) - xp-pen-tablet
probably better to use that
Wait, what do I do with this?
It’s an information for you.
You look up how to operate your package manager
how software is installed when you use a Manjaro/Arch system
and once you know
you use it to install that package.
I still don’t understand what this means. I know how to kinda operate my package manager, but I don’t know what I’m supposed to do with what you sent. I’m not exactly bright when it comes to being left in the dark when given vague info.
Have you tried to type the name of that software into it, to look for it?
Have you tried to learn what the AUR is and how you can use it?
I’m giving “vague” info because I’m reluctant to tell you here by writing it all down yet again
when all that information can be easily found when you look for it yourself.
I’m out - good luck!
This was covered on the forum before. Please follow this
Hello and welcome,
They indeed have a linux driver here
But on Manjaro you will need a PKGBUILD to install it. Gladly someone already made one and you find it in AUR.
To install it, run this commands from terminal:
sudo pacman-mirrors -f && sudo pacman -Syyu base-devel xorg-xinput
pamac build xp-pen-tablet
Reboot the system after that. Then open up terminal and provide:
Use ``` …