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Fabio T

Joined: 31 Aug 2007
Posts: 87
Location: Italy

PostPosted: Sat 19 Jan 2013, 16:24    Post_subject:  Fujitsu T902 multiple driver .PET
Sub_title: Creating my 1st .PET
 

After a lot of work, I've created my first .PET that brings in it 4 drivers and utilities for this new laptop from Fujitsu.
It is useful also with other PC, useful to install multiple driver with a single click.

Programs included in this package:

-Xbacklight 1.1.1.1: program to change screen brightness (PC often can't do with key combination;

-Bluetooth 0.5 driver: to use Bluetooth interface (works in Precise 3.2.29, Upup 3.2.29 and Upup 3.7.2). I don't know what other puplets can support this software (it is based on .PET Bluetooth.0.5);

-Realtek Card Reader for RTS5229 PCI interface (to see SD Card installed in it):

-Wacom latest driver to use new tablet (I've got it to make work touchscreen of my laptop).

Please give a try and test it in other puplets with same kernel.

Please read message coming during installation to configure wacom devices.

Bluetooth interface works correctly, but for machines that have Bluetooth 4.0 interface may need a little system tweak.

To use Buetooth 4.0 interface:
I used it to connect my Bluetooth mouse.
I've tested it in my laptop, wich has BT interface with ID 0489:e052 (Foxconn / Hon Hai) .

Kernel 3.7.2: it works for me out of the box after reboot and non need any tweak.

Kernel 3.2.29: to recognize Bluetooth interface you need a little workaround:

The device is 0489:e052 (change with Vendor ID and Product you have).

I was able to workaround the detection problem by adding this commands into rc.local

###
modprobe btusb
echo "0489 e052" >> /sys/bus/usb/drivers/btusb/new_id
###

This way, the device is detected, and mouse connected to system.

Hope this helps.

To download files:

Fujitsu_Backlight_Bluetooth_Card_Reader_Wacom_3.2.29.pet:
http://www.datafilehost.com/download-adc88a3d.html

Fujitsu_Backlight_Bluetooth_Card_Reader_Wacom_3.7.2.pet
http://www.datafilehost.com/download-d1c38207.html
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