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Sounds like you are very nearly there!

Assuming you have made all the changes to the drivers listed in the article (including the 64bit hack) you should see the Wacom driver connect to the Virtual Serial Port and list a baud rate etc.

You can usually reset the Wacom driver by going into the Wacom Preferences on the start menu and selecting delete all preferences. Do this with the serial port program open so you can see if it opens the port in real-time.

If the Wacom driver is connected to the serial port an it still doesn't work I've found a reboot is the only way to go. I've not discovered why this is yet, but that never fails.

So it sounds like you have the linux image installed on your thinkpad OK?