|Subject:||Re: 1) Lid Buttons 2) Stylus Input 3) Fingerprint Scanner|
|Date:||Sat, 13 Apr 2019 00:55:56 -0400|
Thank you very much for your help.
I have tried by modifying my system config. But when I do "guix system reconfigure", I am getting the error "/etc/rg-secondary.scm:45:8: error: invalid field specifier".
The line "45" from the error is pointing to the line "(set-xorg-configuration"
I have attached my system config with this email.
On Fri, 2019-04-12 at 14:45 -0400, Mark H Weaver wrote:
Earlier, I wrote:2) Input using stylus pen.The touch screen is apparently a Wacom device. From GNOME, you might beable to easily set it up from the "Wacom" section of GNOME settings. Idon't know about other desktop environments off-hand.[...]To set it up permanently, it *might* be sufficient to add something likethe following to your OS configuration, merging it with your existing'services' field if needed:(services (append (list ;; other services go here(set-xorg-configuration(xorg-configuration(modules (cons xf86-input-wacom%default-xorg-modules)))))%desktop-services))with at least the following imports near the top of the file:(use-service-modules desktop xorg)(use-package-modules xdisorg)On second thought, it seems likely that the "permanent" approachsuggested above is the only way to make this work on Guix.Mark
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