I don’t have two devices to test this, but I imagine my rule will stop the service when you unplug the first one, hence stopping a valid monitor from working. Find More Posts by jkudish. Any idea where I can look for additional hints as to what’s wrong? Download the DisplayLink driver from DisplayLink’s website. How much does this depend on the graphics driver being used to run the integrated display and the VGA and DisplayPort ports not currently being used? Next, one may file a report on Launchpad against the relevant package.
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Yes, the rule works when you plug one into the other because the 4-in-1 is detected, no mather where on the usb tree. How much does this depend on the graphics driver being used to run the integrated display and the VGA and DisplayPort ports not currently being used?
It seems your script doesn’t detect the docking station as a displaylink device and thus doesn’t start the driver when it’s plugged in. I’ve tried this out on my setup, but it’s not working. Find More Posts by azothforgotten. displaylink-mkd
In your Launchpad report, please advise to the following: It only shows when I actually plug a display on the hdmi port of the adapter. This is a currently running process: And I’m not seeing displaylihk-mod log messages about new displays being detected. Thanks for all your help!
Page History Login to edit. Reporting bugs when using the latest DisplayLink driver 1. Find More Posts by enothen. I modified and repackaged the Ubuntu installer in rpm format.
I’ve also fixed an issue when upgrading the rpm, so please remove the current version, then install the new one this version will manage upgrades ok. I’ve also tried plugging the monitors into the adapter first, and then the adapter into the laptop.
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Every time I plug a monitor I have to configure it. As a workaround, right now, I’ve plugged in the 4 in 1 into the docking station, which ironically enough, works. Issue has to do with stopping the service only when the last device has been unplugged.
I’ll report any bugs if I find any. However, I actually own two different usb modules. Find More Posts by jkudish. Please note DisplayLink is not the manufacturer or model. Page 1 of 5. I guess you could disable secure boot if that’s easier. Any idea where I can look for additional hints as to what’s wrong?
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Hiya, Just undid my previous installation in favor of your more future proof and more efficient RPM. I thought about leaving the DisplayLinkManager service running all the time, but that didn’t work either. All times are GMT.
Originally Posted by pgn Confirm the file is executable. Please keep in mind while the DisplayLink driver is not provided by Ubuntu, filing a report on Launchpad makes sense in case the root cause is determined to be with a package in a supported Ubuntu repository. Custom RPM created for Fedora and others.
The one that you own the 4 in 1 is the one I use when mobile, but I use this more complete docking station when I’m at home and plugged into my monitor.
I checked xrandr, and that doesn’t show the displays either. Did you plug a monitor on the hdmi or vga ports, or did you just plug the adapter?