actually, you compile a newer driver for the bamboo. The bamboo pen & touch has never been seen by the kernel module in fedora, yet the linuxwacom kernel module has seen it for a few years.
The linuxwacom kernel module is all that you need to get the bamboo to working in Fedora, though. The rest of the packages are n the Fedora repo, like the x86 wacom driver.
I have been using a bamboo pen & touch since F10, and have been hoping they get the kernel module in Fedora updated to recognize it. linuxwacom got it going fairly quickly.
The second post in this thread, http://forums.fedoraforum.org/showth...ighlight=wacom
I list out the steps to install the linuxwacom kernel module. Nothing has changed except now linuxwacom has updated it to version linuxwacom-0.8.8-10 instead of the linuxwacom-0.8.8-8 version in the post. The same steps work for Feodora versions 10 through 14