Welcome to Reddit, the front page of the internet. If you help me, you will also be helping yourself, and for which I will do my best to help you. September 12th, 9. My Hanvon PaintMaster has served me quite well over the years, but only in Windows. Email Required, but never shown. I’ve tried the make command but it would give me this: You can potentially help others having the same problem!
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[ubuntu] Hanvon Tablet Driver Wrapping.
No driver for it; you should check with the manufacturer. I ahnvon emailed the Hanvon Services email this message. When it comes time for me to upgrade to a higher quality tablet, also do not expect me to purchase a tablet that I will not be able to use. One way of checking it is the following:.
Hanvon Feb 5 I’ve tried the make command but it would give me this: Results 1 to 10 of Any help is appreciated. If your question has tableet answered, please mark your thread as [Resolved]use the flair drop-down on your submission to do so! Have you installed the gcc compiler for example?
Hanvon USB Artmaster 0806 tablet is supported in Linux now
The manufacturer of the tablet will have the info and the skill but I do not know if they want to support linux. Has anyone accomplished it or knows how to? Not sure if it’s gonna work with your model, but I use this driver for my Hanvon tablet: Zanna 50k 13 Page 1 of 3 1 2 3 Last Jump to page: My Hanvon PaintMaster has served me quite well over the years, but only in Windows.
To install the basic build stuff hanvoh All depends if it’s recognized by the kernel i. It won’t do anything. You can potentially help others having the same problem!
Hi, I couldn’t use the driver with ubuntu Lonux Bookmarks Digg del. I hear that there are many people who have emailed the company and they don’t have linux support.
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I found some information on the “make” comand but I think that is out of my Ubuntu depth. This is not the place for low effort joke answers. This is the system messages log. This subreddit is for any question pertaining to Linux from beginner to advanced.
Something should appear at the bottom; for example with mine I have this I added the highlight after that: I still love Linux though because it’s running on this hanvln old Toshiba while the Windows on the other side of the partition is ancient and takes forever to even do the simplest thing!