Check 4: Try to connect the Pen/Tablet to another PC if possible. The above-mentioned checks will help determine if there is an issue with the hardware or not. Once you get a fair idea that your hardware is fine, then you can move toward troubleshooting the software i.e. XP Pen Drivers not working on your computer. The DisplayLink and MCT drivers should not normally be installed together on the same PC because they are incompatible - in fact they mutually exclude each other at installation time. It may be possible to avoid conflicts on the very latest releases of Windows 10 where DisplayLink have worked with Microsoft to provide support natively within. Any suggestions on product optimization, or requests for more technical supports on the use of the pen display, pen tablet, LED light pad and any other Huion products, please make us a phone call or send us an email. Email: [email protected] NEWSLETTER: Enter email for Artisul news and deals. This package contains the files needed for installing the Tablet driver. If it has been installed, updating (overwrite-installing) may fix problems, add new functions, or expand existing ones. Even though other OSes might be compatible as well, we do not recommend applying this release on platforms.
When you plug in your Xp-pen graphic tablet into your Linux machine (i am running xubuntu-18.04), you will notice that the XP-Pen that you are using will be detected in the ‘Mouse and Touchpad’ settings tab:
But the pen may not work! Although the device is enabled, writing on the drawing tablet using the pen does not have any effect. If you stumble upon this problem then there is a fairly simple solution that will resolve this issue:
The solution that worked was downloading the Linux Beta driver from the xp-pen’s official website ( https://www.xp-pen.com/download-55.html )
(i) Make a dedicated directory *:
(ii) Unzip all the contents of the downloaded Linux Beta driver from xp-pen’s website into ‘/home/User/Linux/’ directory
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Here’s what my Linux directory looked like :
(iii) Make Pentable_driver.sh as executable
(iv) Connect your device and run Pentablet_Driver.sh
The above screen should pop up and your device should work ! Open gimp to test it out.
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** I had to make a dedicated directory titled Linux and place it under the home directory for this to work. Else I constantly run into issues loading the xp-pen’s library files. I tested on two Xubuntu machines and both had the same issue. But this may not been a necessary step for other distros.