Wacom Intuos S - CTL-4100WL

I cannot get this device to work.

The file which describes it is here:


This is the DeviceMatch parameter:


bluetoothctl detects it and Modalias seems to match bluetooth:056a:0377

Modalias: usb:v056Ap0377d0000
[Intuos BT S]# info
Device E0:9F:2A:1B:1F:B3 (public)
	Name: Intuos BT S
	Alias: Intuos BT S
	Class: 0x00002594
	Icon: input-tablet
	Paired: yes
	Bonded: yes
	Trusted: yes
	Blocked: no
	Connected: yes
	WakeAllowed: yes
	LegacyPairing: no
	UUID: Human Interface Device... (00001124-0000-1000-8000-00805f9b34fb)
	UUID: PnP Information           (00001200-0000-1000-8000-00805f9b34fb)
	Modalias: usb:v056Ap0377d0000

However libwacom-list-local-devices returns:

Failed to find any devices known to libwacom.

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You probably saw this comment I can't map the tablet buttons via bluetooth [INTUOS BT S - CTL-4100WL] · Issue #359 · linuxwacom/libwacom · GitHub

What you could do:

  1. Disconnect the tablet and reboot the system
  2. Once logged back in, connect the tablet
  3. Verify if the tablet does not work and then run sudo rmmod wacom and then sudo modprobe wacom

In some cases it depends if you are on Wayland session or X11 session.
On X11 you can install xf86-input-wacom package and then via xsetwacom --list devices you can see more about your tablet being or not recognized as connected, then check to set things up via Settings.

My tablet (different Wacom model) wia USB works just fine, but i always have to either turn it off then on after boot, or disconnect and reconnect it to have it working properly. It was so since kernel 4.5 up …
Maybe you are using TLP and interferes somehow …

Thank you.

sudo modprobe wacom

Detects the tablet and pen & I do not need to do anything else.

xsetwacom --list devices
Wacom Intuos BT S Pad pad id: 24 type: PAD
Wacom Intuos BT S Pen stylus id: 25 type: STYLUS

Button (D) is then the display switch.
Display (1), Display (2), Display (1) + (2).

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