Re: xsetwacom parameter question
On Mon, Oct 30, 2006 at 09:35:40PM +1300, Chris Bannister wrote:
> On Sat, Oct 28, 2006 at 09:13:36AM -0400, Thomas H. George wrote:
> > Now my Wacom Graphire 4 mouse moves in fits and starts. It worked
> > smoothly before the upgrade. The upgrade was from Debian Sarge with a
> > 2.6.11 kernel to Debian testing with a 2.6.17 kernel built from
> > linux-source-2.6.17 with the same .config I used to build the 2.6.11
> > kernel.
> > The only difference I can find is in the output of xinput list from my
> > computer (testing, 2.6.17 kernel) and a neighboring computer (testing,
> > 2.6.15 kernel, Wacom Graphire 4 mouse working perfectly). The values are
> > identical except for the value of Motion_Buffer which is 256 for my
> > computer with a jerky mouse movement and 0 for the neighboring computer
> > with a smooth mouse movement.
> Hi Thomas,
> So changing the value of Motion_Buffer to 0 is not accepted, correct?
> Is the 2.6.15 kernel a stock Debian kernel?
> Having another computer to compare with should help ;-)
> Try installing a 2.6.17 stock Debian kernel?
> Where is the Motion_Buffer set? (in what file?)
I solved my problem as reported in my post Jerky Mouse Movement -
Solved without resolving the Motion_Buffer issue. I believe it is a
wacom module parameter. I recall that several years ago I found it
necessary to set certain module parameters. insmod will allow you to do
this but I have forgotten the command that reports the current values of the
parameters of an installed module. I tried modinfo wacom but could not
understand the output, it is certainly different than what I remember
using in the past.
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