The repo is given on the evdi-pre-release aur page. Toggle navigation My Territory. So you need to modify the package to use the devel development branch and manually install the package. The other card is detected as evidenced by “xrandr –list-providers” output , but “not enough” as evidenced by the fact that only one output shows up in “xrandr”: Can you try those two things out, and see if it helps? When is the displaylink driver going to work with xorg-server 1.
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No matter which tutorials I follow though I cannot seem to get it to work. Tags xorg Thread Tools. Right now the package seems to be broken as it gives an error, saying kernel needing to be configured.
Setting Up DisplayLink USB Monitor
I’ve made several test of various distros and I can confirm, that what we need is the full support for PRIME in kernel, Xorg and randr. I did not try to get rotation working since this is good enough for me.
Anyone know what I am missing here? First off – just to set expectations, the situation for multi-adapter multi-monitor on Linux is a bit of a mess.
October 27th, 1.
This is due to some web developer adding a terms and conditions page before letting us download the drivers. So apparently I need to downgrade to the following: It jumped right online.
October 27th, 2. Toggle navigation My Territory. And then pamac failed to ignore the packages I deselected, and the dang packages got re-upgraded. Here is my xorg. Modesetting being used for Intel. When is the displaylink driver going to work with xorg-server dislaylink.
DisplayLink – Gentoo Wiki
Poulsbo-connected display gets used. This a partial workaround works for a single display: This was happening in Natty, as well as Or alternatively, where can I find further info since web-searches lead me nowhere because the “modesetting” keyword ends up matching lots of irrelevant threads about other drivers?
You can get it from from most display,ink repositories based on Debian command: The other card is detected as evidenced by “xrandr –list-providers” outputbut “not enough” as evidenced by the fact that only one output shows up in “xrandr”:. Try using my Xorg. My primary screen comes on line after a reboot, but I still get something on the external display.