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Wacom Cintiq Pro 24 not recognised by Ubuntu 20.04.2

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I've been working around Ubuntu not recognising my Wacom Cintiq Pen-Display by continuing to use Ubuntu 18.04. (Early versions of Ubuntu 18 didn't recognise the screen either and I continued using Ubuntu 16.something, until a new release fixed the problem, then it broke again). Trying to find a solution I discovered that by switching off the screen and back on again after booting and logging in, Ubuntu then recognised it and worked. When image processing, I need to do the switch off-on before invoking Gimp. I guess Gimp configures its IO at start up so that is understandable. Is there a better way either to configure Ubuntu so that it recognises the cintiq screen correctly at start up, or can I (re)start the system service or deamon that interfaces to it without it switching off-on? Thanks for taking the trouble to look at this. Kind regards 13arry 13arker

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