I'm looking for a way to create a color calibration profile for my display
I'm currently using a profile I created with adobe gamma under vmware and
loaded with xcalib.
I tried creating a new profile with lprof and everything seems good up to the
point of saving it, but loading the resulting profile with xcalib doesn't
change anything on screen unlike with the adobe gamma profile.
Am I miss using lprof, is it not the right tool for the job or is there another
way to create the profile?
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01-26-2009, 03:05 PM
color calibrating the display (in software)
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Micha Feigin wrote:
> I'm looking for a way to create a color calibration profile for my display
> under linux.
I use kde's control centre (peripherals --> monitor & display --> color
& gamma). Enter administrator mode.
I don't know, if a similar tool exists for gnome.
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