In my (ongoing) quest to make my Intuos 4 tablet more like it should be I need to install this python script intuos 4 oled. This will take care of the leds in the side of the tablet, enabling them to show images or text.
However, I ran into this line here:
" In addition you should install the
python-pil packages. In order to react to udev events (plus/unplug) you also need the
at scheduler: in Ubuntu, you can do
sudo apt install at python-pil."
I tried googling it, found that pyhton-pil is related to displaying images and was ok with it (I really don’t need or want images, just text).
My issue is with the at scheduler. I couldn’t find it in a quick search and I’m a bit stumped… and that one stops the script from installing and it probably is important since it will take care of plugging in and out, if I understood correctly.
Any help or comments are appreciated.
Before I leave, the tablet works out of the box and even better if you look into Arch wiki and (in my case with KDE) install kcm-wacomtablet that will allow button configuration and so on.