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Re: [Xen-devel] Re: [PATCH] USB support

Pete Zaitcev wrote:
On Wed, 7 Jun 2006 12:28:59 -0700, "Donald D. Dugger" 
<donald.d.dugger@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

        under VNC.  (Linux doesn't recognize the USB tablet yet so Linux
        guests under VNC will still need the Summagraphics emulation.)

Since my Wacom ET-0405A-U seems to be working perfectly with Linux,

Only the Wacom serial series are documented. It's well supported of course. I had written a Wacom emulator for QEMU and it worked pretty well.

However, serial tablet emulation is just plain ugly. The USB HID mouse emulation Just Works pretty much and has the added bonus of giving us more flexibility long term since we can add any HID related features that we want.

Tablets are a pain because they can be forced into relative modes.


Anthony Liguori

one has to ask why exactly you selected an esoteric tablet model
to emulate (And not the once, but twice! I have never in my life seen
this Summagraphics thing, and all stores are full of Wacom kit
with a sprinkle of Apitek. And the next step after Summagraphics
is something else entirely?)

-- Pete

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