@lapor mainly Kubuntu LTS (the one I use https://www.davidrevoy.com/article783/kubuntu-linux-20-04-for-a-digital-painting-workstation-reasons-and-install-guide ).
Been putting an eye on this brand for a while, looking forward to see your experience on Linux!👍🏼
@Quiralta Yep, same here. For the Huion WH1409, I gambled around 120€ of my pocket (to not use it) so I wasn't really motivated to try that from my pocket on another brand, especially on a large one (probably around $1000USD ).
Testing it will spice my evenings this week. 😊
@davidrevoy wow nice!
are xp pen natively supported on linux? Or do you need to install a third party driver such as digimend?
Will be looking for the review video 🙃
@newokmyne Thanks! They propose a proprietary driver with an impressive list for distributions, I never saw that on other tablet brand so it is a good point (even if it is proprietary).
I have no idea how Digimend might support it; but I'll also test it.
@davidrevoy I have a huion tablet which works fine with the digimend drivers, but i read a topic saying that it's creator will stop supporting new tablets... :/
That's great that XP pen makes a linux driver ^^
@davidrevoy's cat: just look at the size of that thing! I'll really be able to stretch out on it - so much more spacious than a keyboard!
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