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    RussianNeuroMancer commented  · 

    No, because this is not browser or messenger. Drivers should be in system repository.

    RussianNeuroMancer commented  · 

    Dear DisplayLink, other top idea above this one s is already implemented or at least planned.

    What about this idea? There is kinda of enough voices already.

    RussianNeuroMancer commented  · 

    Canonical do provide closed source drivers in repository: https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/nvidia-graphics-drivers-367

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    19 comments  ·  DisplayLink Feature Suggestions  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Work for Wayland has now started. The development is now focusing on working with upstream to extend GNOME’s compositor, Mutter, to support hot-pluggable secondary displays, which will allow DisplayLink drivers to work with GNOME on Wayland.

    The GNOME release that is likely to include the necessary changes would be the next stable release, 3.32.

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    18 comments  ·  DisplayLink Feature Suggestions  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    EVDI is designed as an open source component to be adapted for different graphics architectures.

    It is possible to already use DisplayLink on some embedded ARM platforms, as complied binaries are available in our distribution. Articles on how to do this on Raspian and Ubuntu MATE are here:

    https://support.displaylink.com/knowledgebase/articles/1883065-using-arm-binaries-on-raspbian-on-raspberry-pi
    https://support.displaylink.com/knowledgebase/articles/1883068-using-arm-binaries-on-ubuntu-mate-on-raspberry-pi

    The logs from the DisplayLink binary component are encrypted to protect IP. This is the same on all OSes for DisplayLink binary components.

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