When I switched to Linux Mint 19 the led light of my keyboard didn't work. After some googling I could make it work with sudo xset led 3. I managed to get it work at the startup automatically with the "Startup application" of Linux mint.! Not bad for a newbie.
But I couldn't make my graphic tablet XP-Pen Deco 03 run at the startup. It's a beta driver from their website and I have to run the command manually every time I start up my pc as you can see in the picture below (my drive link).
I contacted xp-pen support and they said:
Is there any trick to load the driver at the startup automatically of my pc till they officially release the driver?Now we can’t let the driver run automatically when we start up Ubuntu. Because the driver for Linux is currently at the stage of testing. We will improve it.
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