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    Default Monitor calibration on a Linux box?

    I am wondering if anyone has tried to calibrate your monitor for Linux-based color management applications (eg, GIMP running on a Fedora-based KDE)? I have done quite a bit search but not much info yielded. Also i1 does not ship a Linux driver for my hardware calibrator. Thanks for any input.

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    Default Re: Monitor calibration on a Linux box?

    anyone?

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    Default Re: Monitor calibration on a Linux box?

    Quote Originally Posted by alucard
    Have you seen this? Link
    you may need to hack into your Xconfig file /etc/X11/ under Fedora AFAIK.

    But, it is done in software. As the article says, none of the hardware based tools are compatible with Linux. Fedora+KDE...
    Thanks for your reply Yes I have seen this article before, but as you know I would like to calibrate my monitor with a hardware approach since I have an Eyeone Display.

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    Default Re: Monitor calibration on a Linux box?

    Thanks again Most graphic designers work on Mac/Win. I will keep on searching for this topic. My hope is that something like Apple's "Mac Colorsync" could be developed for the X-windows.

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