Wacom Intuos S Bluetooth & Mint 18.3


in my UEFI, there is an option to select trusted EFI files on the hd (in the EFI partition). But this option is only available if secure boot is on.
Eventually, when I buy a new computer, which will not be the case during the next years, I will test if it is possible to boot linux on this laptop without secure boot if it is the only OS. I kind of would love it if it weren’t possible cause that would prove that secure boot makes secure that you stick to Windows (only).


I have signed the kernel module and bluetooth is working now. It was actually not that diffucult. I mean even I could do it.


the newest Manjaro appears to support the Wacom Intuos S Bluetooth completely out of the box, no signing of the driver necessary for bluetooth