I got myself a T730 too (a cheaper configuration, though) and found it works pretty well with Ubuntu 10.10 RC. However I cannot get pen input and the touch screen working at the same time. The pen works out-of-the-box but stops working as soon as I create a xorg.conf like yours. Touch works perfectly with a xorg.conf. I also tried removing the definitions for the pen but it's still not responding until I delete xorg.conf completely.
What which versions of the wacom drivers and X11 are you using in your working configuration? Do you have any other tips for me?
Thanks in advance,
-- geloescht 2010-10-01 20:31 UTC
Hmm... no, I don't think I ever had quite that problem while I went through all of my experiments. For versions, dpkg says:
ii xorg 1:7.5+5ubuntu1
ii xserver-xorg-core 2:1.7.6-2ubuntu7.3
ii xserver-xorg-input-wacom 1:0.10.5-0ubuntu4
... I suggest you try 10.04 (even just the boot CD) with the xorg I provided and see if that works. It might indicate that I'll have an issue once I upgrade if it does :)
It's also possible that I did something that I've forgotten! Let me know if the above helps, and feel free to email me.
-- awwaiid 2010-10-03 04:33 UTC
Hi there again,
Just wanted to say I built and installed the input driver from git and now it works perfectly without any xorg.conf!
-- geloescht 2010-10-08 09:12 UTC
Thank you for posting this great info about the Fujitsu T730 linux setup. I also got one recently and the tablet/pen features "just worked" with Debian/testing. However, My eraser seems a little quirky and I haven't tested the multitouch as yet.
HDMI video just worked. For HDMI audio, see the alsa page; their instructions worked for me: https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Advanced_Linux_Sound_Architecture#HDMI_Output_Does_Not_Work
You say that your webcam and audio worked perfectly out of the box. Video and audio output works for me too, but I have not been able to get the internal mic working. Can you post your alsa version, kernel version and maybe your /etc/modprobe.d/alsa-base.conf file?
-- Anonymous 2011-10-14 17:53 UTC
My mic also doesn't work, and I never came back to update the page, sorry. I too am interested in getting the mic to work -- I don't really understand why it doesn't.
I also switched from ubuntu to debian (sid!) recently, and the touch/pen worked out of the box. I should try the eraser. One other thing -- the camera is upside-down. I've got a work-around and reported it to the kernel module maintainer.
-- awwaiid 2011-10-16 12:57 UTC
My mic suddenly started working last week! Must have been an update of something... I'm now up to kernel 3.2.0 and alsa-base 1.0.23.
-- awwaiid 2012-06-02 01:59 UTC