• Tablet graphics Huion 1060 plus does not work.

    Hi, I bought a Huion 1060 plus graphics tablet yesterday and connected it to my laptop. I have installed the antegros linux kernel 4.14.11-1-ARCH version cinnamon 3.6.7. The tablet does not work.

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    I tried to install the Q11K driver but it crashes.

    What should I do to make it work?

  • Yes, it has been installed.

  • Problem solved:
    Installing the “Huion new 1060plus” tablet in Linux

    1. I installed linux-api-headers and aarch64-linux-gnu-linux-api-headers

    Until you get the driver for the Huion 1060+ tablet in the Linux kernel
    then you can use the included driver for the Huion Q11K tablet.

    1. You can get it from here:
      by clicking on “clone or download” (file attached).

    In addition, there is a second and probably the right steuer:

    Installation method
    2. go to the directory where you downloaded the driver and unzip Q11K_Driver
    (path to the driver (directory names) must be without spaces)
    3. in the console (if applicable) enter:
    will show the list of devices connected to the USB connectors
    4. type in the console
    sudo rmmod hid-kye
    sudo rmmod hid-uclogic
    sudo rmmod hid-huion
    rmmod to make it cheaper
    5. driver compilation
    make install

    1. in the catalog
      as root, create the file: 50-huion.conf (eg by saving another file under
      such a name)
    2. in the file 50-huion.conf, enter:
      “# Huion tablets”
      Section “InputClass”
      Identifier “Huion class”
      MatchProduct “TABLET”
      MatchIsTablet “on”
      MatchDevicePath “/ dev / input / event *”
      Driver “wacom”

    Section “InputClass”
    Identifier “Huion buttons”
    MatchProduct “TABLET”
    MatchIsKeyboard “on”
    MatchDevicePath “/ dev / input / event *”
    Driver “evdev”

    Section “InputClass”
    Identifier “Huion scroll”
    MatchProduct “TABLET”
    MatchIsPointer “off”
    MatchIsKeyboard “off”
    MatchIsTouchpad “off”
    MatchIsTablet “off”
    MatchIsTouchscreen “off”
    MatchDevicePath “/ dev / input / event *”
    Driver “evdev”
    8. restart Linux

    1. checking the pen and keys in the terminal (console):
      xinput --list
      xsetwacom --list

    2. additionally, in /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/ I created the file 50-huion.conf
      and in it:
      “# Huion”
      Section “InputClass”
      Identifier “Huion on wacom”
      “# MatchIsTablet “on””
      MatchProduct “1060PRO”
      MatchDevicePath “/ dev / input / event *”
      Driver “wacom”

    3. the tablet works in Linux

  • great to see you getting it work!

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