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It's what you add to it that can make it your own. I had similar issues, so I'll tell you what you could try to do.Firstly, the only wacom-related package you need is xf86-input-wacom. xsetwacom It took me some time to find this one. Add “irqfixup” to the boot options for your kernel. http://waveofnet.com/lenovo-x61/lenovo-tablet-x61-drivers.php

The other question is regarding the SD Card Reader.I remember it was working after the original installation of Ubuntu 7.04, however after kernel replaced then it no longer works, so maybe Try the live DVD, from which you can also install effortlessly: http://isoredirect.centos.org/centos/6/isos/x86_64/ Top DRobinson Sophomore Member Posts: 130 Joined: Thu Mar 22, 2012 11:37 pm Location: Spokane, WA Re: Best Distro You can find a little easier to use alsa snapshot packages here. Installation couldn't be easier when I use the WUBI executable.

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Browsing the various formus, it seems there are issues on the x61 with ACPI and SATA drives requiring miscellaneous hacking and patching. The same link has also a multiboot installer, you can put all the distros you want to test in a single stick IBM Convertible 5140/L40SX/220/240/240X/2*340CSE/360PE/365XD/380D/380E/380XD/380Z/390/560E/560X/2*570/2*600/600E/750Cs/755C/760CD/760EL/760XD/770E A20p/A22p/A31/i1600/G40/R50p/R61i/S30/SL510/2*T22/4*T4x/11*T6x/6*T40x/6*T5x0/3*W5x0/W700/3*X2x/4*X3x/3*X4x/5*X6x/3*X6xT/12*X2xx/4*X30x/Z60m/3*Z61x Top Fixed_Rider Sophomore Member Posts: likethe OSD (on-screen-display)and the functionality of the Volume buttons and the short-cut keyson the LCD panel.

I thus don't want any Ubuntu forks either. Setup Magnify Fn Button No Solution Yet. glad to see linux will work - this will be my first plunge into linux-land! Linux Mint The only thing is even with the online documentation, I still for the life of me can't figure out how to install Debian using a USB flash drive...

Summary For now quite a lot of work and Linux knowledge is required to get the Lenovo Thinkpad X61 working with Linux. Thinkpad X61 You're right, there are only tutorials for ubuntu, not debian, and these are outdated. You will need the CVS ALSA modules to get sound working properly. The latest version comes with a series of different graphics environments (Mate, Cinnamon, KDE, LXE, etc).

Option "RawSample" "1" # Minimal pressure (normalised to 2048) counting as a click. I also have it on an old Eeepc w/ 2gig ram, no issues. Any and all suggestions are greatly appreciated. Offline #4 2013-07-02 12:47:30 windswept321 Member Registered: 2013-06-30 Posts: 4 Re: Lenovo X61T Wacom Digitizer Tablet Configuration Difficulties Can anyone point me in the right direction?I've tried following https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Le … nkPad_X61T

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Not even the latest 1.0.14 drivers are new enough for the X61. That never happens with Mint, But I really like the Unity desktop. Lenovo X61 Ubuntu Search Advanced search Quick links Unanswered topics Active topics Search The team FAQ Login Register Board index Operating System Discussions Linux Questions Search Unanswered topics Active topics Best Distro for Lenovo Thinkwiki The laptop hardware is great, i had an i7, and an ssd driving everything.

Automatic rotating of display in Tablet mode Install Karol Krizka's AutoRotate daemon. http://waveofnet.com/lenovo-x61/lenovo-x61-tablet-pen-driver.php I loaded Arch Linux with XFCE and everything I wanted worked. Figured out how to mount the .iso to my flash drive and now it's installing. All I am really using it for is torrents, surfing, word processing, etc. Debian

Ah Linux, the great promise that never quite delivers... The command should be: sh /home/yourusername/.xinitrc Your wacomcpl settings will now restore on reboot Fixing the Tablet Toolbox Button This key needs to be set to a keycode. Could you give more details on what was worse ? this contact form After leaving the store, the thought occurred to me that allocating... 11 Replies 1644 Views Last post by Cigarguy Thu Apr 06, 2017 7:03 pm SOLD: ThinkPad T420 14" i5 8GB

No amount of calibration can seem to correct for this. The only thing is I love my touch screen, but otherwise I'd pick this up in a heartbeat. I have 12.04 with unity on a fujitsu slate.

Intel SSDs are great, as are Crucial and any other brands you've actually heard of.

Work in progress, i guess. I've done quite a bit of gymnastics with GRUB, but I'd prefer an easy approach that may not be feasible with a box of such an old vintage. Never had any performance problems and everything always worked out of the box. If the tablet works, you should see some info about it and touching with the stylus (both sides work) or just moving it close to the screen will print information about

I will attempt to document them when time permits. Now for the life of me I cannot get Ubuntu to successfully install I've tried running the install from Win8 using the Wubi.exe. Very fast reply too, thank you again (and an answer that was actually helpful... http://waveofnet.com/lenovo-x61/lenovo-x61-tablet-drivers.php Everything is supported by Linux, touch screen, tablet, fingerprint reader, accelerometers.

Got told wasn't going any where? If you see anything that should be added or wish to cite a source I missed, please edit the page. On my desktop I just did the main edition)I foresee some driver issues with the touch screen, how would I enable that as an input device?Where/how would I find handwriting recognition It seems that Gnome 3 has created a good calibration tool right in the main settings.

So if you have this, remove it (unless you need it for something else). What is free software? In the software the screen is detected but on the screen you cannot see anything. Showing results for  Search instead for  Do you mean  Users Online 144 Members / 3857 Guests English Community > ThinkPad Notebooks > ThinkPad: X Series Tablet and Helix Laptops > Installing

It has a swivel screen that turns it into a touch screen tablet. Option "Threshold" "5" # Position calibration. Anonymous, 2007/08/25 03:36 Hi,Bill.I installed Ubuntu 7.04 on X61 and now get the sound card driver issue.I searched and noticed your article, it is helpful , however I'm a newbie on Source: Peterbn on Wordpress Add the following to the 10-wacom.conf file (Identifier "Wacom serial class"): Option "TPCButton" "on" Option "Button2" "3" sudo gedit /usr/share/X11/xorg.conf.d/10-wacom.conf This is how the section should look

permalinkembedsavegive gold[–]beaverteeth92[S] 0 points1 point2 points 4 years ago(9 children)Ah okay.