Better Linux support, a direct driver for X11 and support ARM devices and not crypted logs.99 votes
I’ve updated this to be for ARM Linux support. EVDI is designed as an open source component to be adapted for different graphics architectures.
The logs from the DisplayLink binary component are encrypted to protect IP. This is the same on all OSes for DisplayLink binary components.
Support Skype and WebEx in Windows 10. Currently both will only render a snapshot of the screen taken at the time sharing is initiated.1 vote
Hello, it sounds like a bug as we use WebEx in DisplayLink and everyone uses DisplayLink software. Would you please be able to follow the guide to report a bug so we can look into it? support.displaylink.com/knowledgebase/articles/544810-how-can-i-report-windows-installation-issues-to-di
The ability to update and also return to previous version in device manager in the control panel. this is regarding the displaylink corp drivers.3 votes
Improve performance of rotated screens on Mac OS X8 votes
For DL-3xxx and DL-5xxx devices especially.
This is already working for MacOS but not working for Windows (as mentioned in DisplayLink KB 544870) and Linux.
This will allow multiple DisplayLinks to be used on single VM hosts behaving like thin clients, which is an enormous user base and thus market potential.58 votes
I hope in the near future you could extend the "fit to TV" function to multiple displays. Thanks.4 votes
support displaylink with proprietary drivers from nvidia and amd175 votes
This is on the backlog of Linux work, but is possible to be addressed by the community.
It is possible the issue could be fixed with changes to the EVDI driver, which is an open source component available on github here:
Would be nice to rackmount a few of my PCs in the garage and just gave displaylink devices on the desks kinda like dumb terminals. 3m USB 3 cable limit doesnt allow for this. Maybe its possible with usb extenders. But to get the hot and loud gaming PC's out of the rooms will be a win.9 votes
to integrate a PAUSE function into your firmware, that freezes the displayed content anc can eb activated/de-activated by keyboard.
Freeze functions on classical projectors were very popular, in particular for people facilitating workshops or holding seminars. With the introduction of LCD screens this feature disappeared. Display link could easily re-introduce this. Ideally, hitting a (user-definable) key combination would turn PAUSE on and off. In addition the status (frozen / unfrozen) should be displayed with the application icon.
Please go ahead :-)1 vote
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