Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1003170
Wacom Intuos5 S Touch (Wireless) not recognized
Last modified: 2015-09-03 14:24:09 EDT
Description of problem:
Wacom Intuos5 S Touch is identified as "Unidentified Waltop 026 device". With wireless module it is identified as "Wacom Intuos5 M Wireless".
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Connect a Wacom Intuos5 S tablet
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Connect a Wacom Intuos5 S tablet
2. Check kcm_wacomtablet in the System Settings
Wacom Intuos5 S Touch is identified as "Unidentified Waltop 026 device".
Wacom Intuos5 S Touch Wireless is identified as "Wacom Intuos5 M Wireless".
Identify the tablets correctly
The non-wireless tablet is identified correctly by adding the following lines to /usr/share/kde4/apps/wacomtablet/data/wacom_devicelist
name=Wacom Intuos5 touch S
and removing the 0026 device from /usr/share/kde4/apps/wacomtablet/data/waltop_devicelist
The GUI, though, maps pad buttons incorrectly: hardware button are incorrectly shown and, therefore, assigning shortcuts to buttons 1-3 works; it does not for the other buttons (as physical buttons 8-11 are not shown in the interface).
The Wireless device can be recognized correctly by changing the entry related to device 0084 in /usr/share/kde4/apps/wacomtablet/data/wacom_devicelist Unfortunately, though, in this way the M device would be identified as S (I guess the code is the one of the wireless device which is shared by all Intuos and Bamboo series)
Apologies for the delay.
I am not sure about which problems the updated package is supposed to solve, but I do not much of an improvement on to this bug: the 0026 Wacom device is now in the config file, which is good, but the wireless device is still identified in the wrong way.
Could you possibly test with the latest F22 or newer package? There have been a large number of changes, but of course you need to be on F22 to have plasma5 and such. There is now some functionality relating to configuring the tablet controls for unrecognized tablets and there does appear to be a devicelist entry for the PGH-450 currently.
I have a number of Wacom tablets, but not the exact one you have so it's not really possible for me to test this out.
I confirm that the tablet is identified correctly on F22. There are other problems that I pointed out in other bug reports: