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I updated my system from 10.1 M1 to 10.1 M2 (Win10, Plugable UD6950 USB3 dual 4K, BenQ 3440x1440) and the monitor was not longer detected, even after rebooting PC+dock.
Fortunatly desinstalling M2 and reinstalling M1 solve the issue1 vote
Suppor of I1 display pro of X-rite on Mac-os Big Sur to make it possible that i can callibrate my two other screens.
Now this is impossilble. The two other screens are not recognised.1 vote
Display Hard Disk Icon on macOS Big Sur 1.6 while using DisplayLink ? Is it possible ?1 vote
As of now there's a littl quirk in the way DL manages screens and icc profiles. On my M1 11.6 macOS my screens are detected in ColorSync. Thus I can use ICC profiles for calibration. On my work intel 11.6 macOS the screens are not detected. This is weird considering that DisplayLink caters to the "pro" community. As of now I have o idead what profile my INTEL is using thus making my color critical work laptop slightly useless.
But, why is the M1 seeing them? I would expect that this would be a problem on M1s not INTEL.1 vote
While I understand that 21.10 is technically unsupported, I thought I'd let you know Beta 5.5 is working great. I can now rearrange my monitors without crashing. System info below.
OS: Ubuntu 21.10 x86_64
Host: 81LL IdeaPad L340-17IRH Gaming
Resolution: 1920x1080, 1920x1080, 1920x1080
DE: GNOME 40.5
CPU: Intel i7-9750H (12) @ 2.600GHz
GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 Mobile / Max-Q
GPU: Intel CoffeeLake-H GT2 [UHD Graphics 630]
Memory: 2388MiB / 15880MiB1 vote
The documentation at https://support.displaylink.com/knowledgebase/articles/1181623-displaylink-ubuntu-driver-after-recent-x-upgrades suggests creating a configuration file in /usr/share/X11/xorg.conf.d, however configuration in this directory may be ignored in favor of user-specific config at /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d. See https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=198719 for an explanation.1 vote
When disconnecting (Apple M1) from a DisplayLink dock (Dell D6000) and reconnecting in clamshell mode, external displays are not recognised.
The laptop screen needs to be opened out of clamshell mode and then closed again for the displays to be recognised. This extra step shouldn't be required.1 vote
Using a DisplayLink dock I have connected a Wacom One Display Tablet to a Google Pixel 3a mobile running Android 12. I have used both the DisplayLink Presenter and Desktop app. The display works however, the stylus input, while recognized, is not calibrated for both portrait and landscape. When using a mouse, the pointer is displayed on the mobile screen but, not the external display.1 vote
I got users (macOS) who are thinking that the organization is monitoring them. I have to explain to them that it is the docking station that's getting a wake up call from the laptop.
Maybe "DisplayLink is waiting for response..." or something...1 vote
I found this fixed my issue. The resolution was 4k'is and refresh rate was 30hz. I suspect this is due to limited resources based on my particular hardware setup. In any case switching from 30hz to 60hz also reduced the resolution to half of what it was. This was a win-win in my case as I didn't need/want 4k. I do have a pretty old machine and I am pumping this all through USB3 so probably a resource issue and then the slow refresh confused my considerably, compared to PC, newer HDMI --> TV <-- . Forgot to add, I am using a TV. I also tried configuring my TV HDMI input to allow for slower synch but that did not resolve the issue when using 30hz. Good luck! Edit: This was with Windows 10.
I found this fixed my issue. The resolution was 4k'is and refresh rate was 30hz. I suspect this is due to limited resources based on my particular hardware setup. In any case switching from 30hz to 60hz also reduced the resolution to half of what it was. This was a win-win in my case as I didn't need/want 4k. I do have a pretty old machine and I am pumping this all through USB3 so probably a resource issue and then the slow refresh confused my considerably, compared to PC, newer HDMI --> TV <-- . Forgot to add, I…1 vote
I have a D3100. My Samsung Android tablet seems to select the first available display among my multiple monitors, which is not always the optimal monitor to use.1 vote
After installing Display Link Driver, my Pimax VR no longer works.1 vote
Having DisplayLink over USB for embedded ARM would simplify headless operation1 vote
I'm facing an weird issue while I'm using the model-6950z.
Somehow my Wi-Fi drivers stops to work =/
I'm currently using the latest version of the drivers.
has someone faced this issue?1 vote
Since macOS Big Sur, Apple recommends a square shape for icons instead of the round shape of previous versions.
Is it possible to upgrade your icon ?1 vote
Vertical monitors with Ubuntu and Displaylink drivers is not well supported. Especially with NVIDIA drivers installed. I am using the current latest version of Tuxedo OS (TUXEDO-OS-2-202305301020).
Vertical monitors fail to display properly and leave behind a mouse cursor when moving from external monitor to monitor.1 vote
Let people know that after this latest Big Sur 11 update people may need to restart DisplayLink Manager app1 vote
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