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    don commented  · 

    I've just installed the driver on Ubuntu 18.04 , running on an xps 13 9360 with 4k panel, connected to a D6000 dell docking station. If I set the scaling to 100% on my dell 2k monitor, it sets the scaling back to 100% on the laptop, making it unreadable, and if I put the scaling back to 200% on the laptop, it alters the Dell monitor. They are supposed to work separately. Also, the night light mode is working on the laptop, but not on the separate monitor. This basically makes it COMPLETELY UNUSABLE on my Linux installation. Yet it all works fine on windows 10.
    Then there is the issue of having to sign the drivers (what an epic pain) or turn off secure boot!! I mean really?? Please make the driver open source, so it can be integrated properly with Linux distributions, as the open comment suggested. As it stands now the support is atrocious. Ubuntu 18.04 works flawlessly with the 9360 btw, if anyone is thinking of trying it :-)

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