Ubuntu :: Rotating Intuos4 Graphics Tablet?

Nov 2, 2010

From what I understand, it is possible to do via editing xorg.config. As my screen is currently rotated to portrait I want the graphics tablet to rotate accordingly. I am novice with coding, so please keep it simple.

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Mar 16, 2010

I've got this Medion graphics tablet that I somehow managed to get working with on Karmic, however when I updated to Lucid Lynx, no matter what I do, I can't seem to get the damn thing reconfigured to work. To be honest, I don't even remember how I did it last time, and all of the stuff I've read so far regarding compiling just give me an error:

./xf86Wacom.c:545: error: too few arguments to function 'InitValuatorAxisStruct'
Quick info:
Lucid Lynx Alpha 3(Latest?)
EDIT NOW ON KARMIC KOALA.
Medion Graphics Tablet (Waltop, ALDI version)
X.org

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Feb 2, 2010

After watching the absolutely amazing 10/GUI video, I have been dying to try to implement something like this. I can do the software side quite easily, but I don't have the hardware. The Wacom Bamboo Fun would work, but the Linux drivers don't support the multi-touch features. Microsoft's "UnMouse Pad" looks like the perfect solution, but it is not commercially available yet.

Are there any similar devices that would work? Alternatively, is there a way to build a DIY version? (It is fairly easy to build a multi-touch display with a webcam and IR LEDs, but it would not be pressure sensitive. Does anyone have any info on how the UnMouse Pad works and if it is possible to build one?). I should clarify that I don't want a multi-touch display. I want the sensor to be separate from the display. If that sounds crazy, watch the 10/GUI video.

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Sep 15, 2010

I m on ubuntu 10.04 and have a Trust tb 4200 tablet.. and having problems with my trust tablet runing on ubuntu.. i pluged in the tablet and to my amaze it started working right away until i pressed the pen on the tablet.. i cant seem to move the mouse curser anymore unless i touch the pen on the tablet. (wich acts as a click) so i thought that i may be missing the drivers.. i checked thes forum and there was a post to install the aptek drivers which i did (but still worked the same) and i found out thet there was no 10-aiptek.fdi (in "/etc/hal/fdi/policy/") so i created one and copied one from a post.. in [url]...3&postcount=50 but still cant move the courser without touching.. its like if it did no diference at all.. i also changed the values in the 10-aiptek.fdi with no changes.. the size of the tablet is just the size of the screen so i am using the full tablet.. and no buttons work...

I think the drivers are not workin.. in the synaptic it shows as intalled...

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Apr 30, 2011

Upgraded to 11.04 and my graphical tablet is recognized no longer Any idea how can I set it up? Wizardpen is not working, the ppa on my repository says something about "Natty" instead of "Maverick" (As than before)

If I type lsusb on my terminal then this line appears:

Code:

Which is completely false because the Genius MousePen 5x4 Tablet is this one

And I have the Genius Easypen i405, which is this one

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Mar 13, 2010

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But I do not want a digtal tablet quite as elaborate as that. I am looking for something similar to the credit card terminals used in stores where you can sign your name directly on the display after swiping your credit card, and you can see what you are writing as you write. Then your signature shows up on a paper receipt later. Do they make digital tablets like that for the home user, and if they do, would they have to hook up to the VGA/DVI port on your video card? What are they called and where can I get one?

I've searched several online stores but they do not say if you can see what you are writing on the tablet's display. I already have a Wacom tablet in Linux but you can not see what you are writing on the tablet. I have to keep looking up at my computer's monitor to see what I am writing and proficiency is reduced as a result. And again, I do not want a tablet as elaborate as I described in my first paragraph. I want something simplier, such as the type used at a credit card terminal.

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Apr 22, 2011

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Dec 2, 2010

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Mar 15, 2010

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Mar 29, 2010

I can't get my apache2 log files to rotate on an Ubuntu 8.04 64-bit server install.

Does anybody know of logrotate creates an error log somewhere by default?

Here's my /etc/logrotate.d/apache2 file if someone has any insight if I am doing something wrong.

/var/log/apache2/*.log /var/log/apache2/portal/*.log {
weekly
missingok
rotate 52
nocompress

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Jul 23, 2010

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May 10, 2010

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Jul 3, 2011

I recently installed UBuntu 11.04 and dual booting it with WIndows 7, I really like linux and considering removing W7 and only have Ubuntu But the problem is I can only connect when using an ethernet cable, when it comes to wirelesss, I type my password, yet a ring keep rotating and it never connects. My laptop is HP-G62

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Jan 17, 2010

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Asus mobo M4A78-E
Samsung 2494HM display

The captioned display support 90 deg rotation. Which software do I need to install? Tried editing /etc/X11/xorg.conf as;

Code:
Section "Device"
Identifier "Videocard0"
Driver "radeon"
Option "Rotate" "90"

Restart X and rotate the display 90 deg. It doesn't work.

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Aug 1, 2011

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Oct 21, 2015

I have been using Debian 8 with XFCE for the past 9 months.

Recently I had a simple job of going through a bunch of receipts (several hundred) and rotating them so that they were all portrait. Easy you may say? Linux fails dramatically.

My only requirements are a visual tool where I can see the image and then a button or even better a keyboard shortcut so I can rotate clockwise/anti-clockwise and move onto the next.

Here are my attempts at this:

ATTEMPT 01 - GIMP

GIMP works but you have to load it up everytime, and the save as feature tries to push XCF format onto you. I just want to overwrite it.

ATTEMPT 02 - GTHUMB

GThumb works as well, but its horribly slow, pops up an annoying image distortion prompt everytime you do it, and it moves the image you've just rotated to the end of the filmstrip and takes you there with it. Unworkable in reality.

ATTEMPT 03 - Nautilus

Nautilus simply fails altogether with a GTK error in the background.

ATTEMPT 04 - Ristretto

This is the default viewer with Debian 8 and it works. Or so I thought. When you rotate in Ristretto it just rotates it within the software and doesn't persist it within the image. So I went off and did 50 of them, thought I had and when I went to view them in other software they were still landscape. Incredibly frustrating.

ATTEMPT 05 - Windows 7 - Standard Image Viewer

This just works. I click one button, rotate left/right and then click next and it's saved. Ristretto could do this if it actually persisted the changes but it doesn't. So I find myself doing this job in a Windows 7 Virtual Machine because Linux just simply doesn't provide a working tool for me.

Any software that does the above simple task well in Linux?

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Apr 6, 2010

I would like to set up tcpdump to rotate log file every 1 hour and retain files for the lat 14 days but I don't think any combination of -C and -W would allow me to do that (Atleast I haven't been able to figure it out), so I am trying to rotate the files every X number of MB and retain the last 20 files. This seems to be fairly simple with the '-C X -W 20' option but I am having some trouble in customizing the names of the log files. I have tried '-w capture-$(date +%Y-%M-%d-%H:%M-)' thinking that each file would start with the current date and time but all files are using the date and time when the capture was started so the only difference is the number at the end (which is done by -W). if I can customize the names of the file so that it has the date and time when the capture in started. In fact if I can do that, I dont need the numbers that '-W' appends at the end but I dont know how to get rid of them.

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Oct 10, 2010

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/var/log/httpd/access_log.* {
compress
daily
rotate 1
copytruncate
missingok
notifempty
}


The files are created with a date extension like the ones below:

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Aug 13, 2010

I've installed squid 2.7 stable9 in centos 5.4 x32 bit. I've installed and configured it successfully, its working fine. I want to clear few doubts, for that your kind help is needed. Parallely, I've configured another server using binary rpms with same squid version (2.7 stable9). I found that it creates a /etc/logrotate.d/squid for rotating log files (access.log, cache.log, store.log). Which is properly rotating log files using compress, dateext and size options (i manually added the size option).

But after compiling and installing from source code, its automatically not created. I want to rotate the log files in the same way as it is doing when i install using binary rpms. Below logfile_rotate entry is present in my squid.conf file (in source code installation scenario) logfile_rotate 10 Below logfile_rotate entry is present in my squid.conf file which is commented (in binary rpm installation scenario) #logfile_rotate 10 I want to rotate the log files by size (as I've more than 200 users, these logfiles size increasing very fast, ie. approx 80 MB per hour), with compress and dateext option.

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Oct 2, 2010

Just tested the new Maverick rc on this computer. Few issues that I had where.Screen was blank (turns out that the screen brightness is set to 0...), that was easily fixed with fn + f3. It seems that this only happened with the first few boots Wireless doesn't seem to work. Will investigate more in a little Works now with the broadcom propriety drivers Fan seemed to be off or rotating very slowly with the result that the computer started to heat up very fast and started to burn my lap and there started to be graphical issues on the screen. Luckily after turning the computer off and cooling it for a little while things returned to normal. I just wonder what might have happened if I hadn't turn off... (overheating was noticeable after about 3min and turned the computer off in about 5min).

It seems that ubuntu is not able to adjust the fan speed! Resulting in system overheating. So if I boot with hot computer, the fan speeds up at the boot and I'm able to use ubuntu. But if I have "fan always on" option off in bios and boot with cold computer that spells big trouble! Does anyone have an idea how to fix this?
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Oct 25, 2010

I am trying to configure logrotate on APP/DB servers.As per my backup policy,logs will compress in daily basis and and will be moved to a Central storage device.

My tomcat generate several application logs with date extension as well as .log extension.For eg app.log,app.log.2010-10-23-14,catalina.out,catalina.2010-10-25.log etc.

Currently my tomcat logrotation /etc/logrote.d/
#cat /etc/logroate.d/tomcat/
/usr/local/tomcat/logs/*log {

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But its rotating logs only with .log extension..ie app.log.2010-10-23-14 (with date extension) is not rotating.If i put "*" instead of "*log",its rotating all files including rotated files. How can i rotate files which is having date extension.Also i dont want to keep rotated logs for more than 3 days.

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Mar 16, 2010

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Oct 20, 2010

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# pwd
# /var/named/chroot/etc
logging
{

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May 2, 2010

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Integrated graphics
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PCI-Express graphics (PEG)

I set the BIOS on PEG, but

I cannot get anything, not even a splash screen or POST messages, to emerge from the PCI-Express graphics card. (I'm using a DVI connector; the card also has an HDMI output.)I cannot get the kernel lspci to see the graphics card; the only VGA controller it acknowledges is the integrated one.Running dmidecode acknowledges the existence of an x16 PCI Express slot, and it says

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Jan 26, 2010

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