Control Pegasus Tablet Mobile NoteTakers in Linux desktop environments.
M210 provides tools and an userspace device driver for Pegasus Tablet Mobile NoteTakers in Linux desktop environments. Tablet Mobile NoteTaker is a digital pen device with flash memory, rechargable battery and USB-connection.
An excerpt from manufacturer's product description:
The Tablet Mobile NoteTaker enables users to capture handwritten notes or drawings while you're away from the computer and conveniently save it into the unit’s flash memory.
- Download notes from the device.
- Delete notes stored in the device.
- Display firmware version information.
- Convert notes to SVG-images.
Debian and Ubuntu
If you are using Debian or Ubuntu, by far the easiest way to
install M210 is install it from a pre-compiled and packaged
.deb-package. Each release is packaged
private package archive (PPA). Add it to your package sources with
the following command:
And then install M210:
apt-get install m210
For other systems, the recommended way to install M210 is to
compile it from the source code. To get the source code, you can
either clone the
development repository or
fetch the latest
release tarball. For detailed build instructions, please refer to
README in the root directory of the source code.