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To get the latest driver, including Windows 11 drivers, you can choose from the above list of most popular AIPTEK downloads. Click the "Download driver" button next to the matching model name. After you complete your download, move on to Step 2.
If your driver is not listed and you know the model name or number of your AIPTEK device, you can use it to search our driver archive for your AIPTEK device model. Simply type the model name and/or number into the search box and click the Search button. You may see different versions in the results. Choose the best match for your PC and operating system.
Once you download your new driver, then you need to install it. To install a driver in Windows, you will need to use a built-in utility called Device Manager. It allows you to see all of the devices recognized by your system, and the drivers associated with them.
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The Gaiptek Tablet Manager is a front-end to the programmatic featuresfound in the Linux Kernel Device Driver and the X11 Input Driver. Withthe Tablet Manager, you can inspect and dynamically program the tablet,as well as inspect and modify the behavior of the two drivers. Doing sodoes not mean you have to reboot or reload the driver, nor do you have torestart the X Server.
Having the Gaiptek Tablet Manager running does not affect the normaluse of your tablet: you can have it active while running otherapplications. It won't affect the tablet or its driver's behavior until you reprogram them.
Both the Kernel and X Server Drivers support bidirectional interactionwith the user. The X Server Driver uses the Tablet Manager as the front-endto its programmatic interface. The Linux Kernel driver natively supportsa file-oriented user interface, through the sysfs (or procfs on Linux2.4.x) virtual file system. We believe you'll find the file-orientedinterface useful in batch processing, but will use this interface the majority of the time.
The controls along the top of the screen are Kernel Driver-related; thebottom controls are Kernel Driver-related, although you'll mostly see theiraffect through the X Server Driver. The point is, the two drivers are veryinterdependent: someone wanting to configure one driver may well want to alsowork with the other driver.
One of the problems we have, when supporting multiple tablets, isconveying which tablet is presently being viewed and/or modifiedto you in an obviousway. The Linux Kernel does not assign device driver entries for USBinput devices in the same way as it does for RS-232C. E.g., there is no/dev/tty01 that always refers to the device connected to the firstserial port. And, should no device be attached to the given serial port,the device entry will still exists in /dev.
It does what you would expect. And no, it doesn't care whetheryou've remembered to save your changes to the tablet, the LinuxKernel Device Driver, or the X Server Device Driver. This isn't a word processor; hopefully your not writing your PhD thesis with the Gaiptek Tablet Manager.
You might be wondering, why are we displaying all of thisinformation? Well, when things go wrong, the more information you haveat hand, the easier it is to diagnose what happened, and what to do.Such as, what? Well, without giving away a lot of what's described inthe Diagnostics section, we'll just tell you that digital tabletslook a lot like mice and joysticks to other device drivers. And,because of the macro keys along the top of the drawing area, which wesupport, the tablet looks a bit like a keyboard... So, what if one ofthese other drivers get confused? Hence, the Info page.
We mentioned before that Linux does not assign device driver entryname to your tablet based on the connector, like it does for theRS-232C, or hard disc interface. Instead, it will dole out deviceentries dynamically, based on the order in which device drivers areloaded/initialized during boot up, and/or the availability of entrynames when the tablet is hot-plugged into the system.
Also, it does no good to predict where the tablet will be mappedbased on order of device driver modules are loaded, hardware isrecognized, etc. There is movement afoot to speed up the boot cycle ofLinux. What that means is, device drivers that used to wait for oneanother to initialize sequentially no longer do so. Where they can,they'll load and initialize in parallel with each other, which makesdetermining the order that they'll complete (and be assigned a deviceentry) hard to determine.
So, you might like to know the device entry that has been assignedto your tablet. Programs like gpm and the X Server tend to show aninterest in this information. Note that our interface to udevtends to resolve this issue by ensuring that there is a softlinkcalled /dev/input/aiptek, which will point to the device entry wherethe tablet's data is being routed to.
The X Server Driver tab organizes its windows differently. Basically, theattributes don't "fit" onto individual pages as well as the Kernel Driver'sattributes: they prefer to be seen together at the same time. So we've used more of a "tab" motif where sections of the screen change depending on which tabs you've selected. And as you can see, we have tabs on both the left- and right-handed side of the page.
So, that Listbox control called X Server Driver is the"Tablet Open" button. It contains the names of the X Server InputDevice Driver device drivers associated with the given tablet.Remember, you can have up to three X Server device driversper tablet, one that manages the Stylus input, one for the Puck, andthe last for the Eraser (or Rubber.) Remember, even though you canname your drivers anything, environments like Gtk have fixed names forthe tablet's device drivers that it is looking for. (If you werewondering why there is a label called Device Mapping, Type,telling you that your X Server Input Device is of type Stylus, well,that's why.) If you were to Tablet Open your other tablet, assumingyou have another, that Listbox will contain different X Server Input Device Driver names. 350c69d7ab