Sorry to hear that. I think if you look through gali98's HOW TO a few times you'll find it isn't that technical. Just follow the instructions step by step and copy and paste the lines into a terminal. Make sure each line is correct and hit return after each one if needed.
This header line tells you what's going on:
[XExtensionPointer] means your digitizer is being seen as a mouse rather than a tablet.
"Wacom ISDv4 93" id=6 [XExtensionPointer]
"Wacom ISDv4 93" is what HAL is calling your stylus. And eraser and touch are not even being seen. This is because the new "10-wacom.fdi" file in Section 2 of the HOW TO is not installed.
That means that "wacomcpl" (the linuxwacom calibration and configuration gui) will not work. So you cannot calibrate your digitizer. You could go to step 3 in Jaunty Users and either use rec's script or rename the linuxwacom names in the xsetwacom commands for .xinitrc (the hidden file wacomcpl uses). That may allow you to use wacomcpl and calibrate. But you would still be calibrating a mouse that lacks the eraser and touch. So I don't advise this. And really either of these methods are as "technical" as the HOW TO.
I hope this explanation is useful.