The one I was trying was: Email Required, but never shown. I have the same monitor, exact same operating system ubuntu Any change from the normal system does not get pushed to the display, but the updates caused by a mouse movement are written. Join Date Sep Beans 1.

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Originally Posted by mlukaszek. When hardware doesn’t work, I generally suggest the latest version of the operating system.

No connectors reported connected with modes Jan 30 October 11th, Skip to next section if the above works.

Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Below is the latest download from DisplayLink for Ubuntu distributions. Go to output menu, enable the second aov, place it where ever you want and apply.

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Install it with pacaur -S displaylink. I installed DisplayLink Driver displaylink-driver Uncompressing DisplayLink Linux Driver 1.

When the USB 2. And install the right linux headers from AUR. By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of serviceprivacy policy and cookie policyand that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies. ubujtu


drivers – AOC USB Monitor Support with linux – Ask Ubuntu

May 17th, I am just hoping to get an extended display setting up dual monitors. Reboot now and the USB monitor should start working normally. However, please note that your original equipment manufacturer OEM provides drivers for your specific monitor, dock or adapter on their website, etc.

Regards, Michal Attached Images. To install pacaur download and run a script that I keep in my dotfiles by:. Attached Images I would like to refresh this thread, however unfortunately I can’t mark it as solved I was also struggling for few days trying to bring up my aaoc monitor working and failed.

Setting Up DisplayLink USB Monitor

If I do a screen capture on it, I see again what should be there. If you install DisplayLink it will automatically install evdi as a dependency but nothing would work! If I do that X complains it could not find that module, and I have to use “fbdev” to make it shut up.


On windows, it works fine after installing DisplayLink’s drivers. First is a problem with latest Linux release and x resolution – mentioned here: Sign up using Email and Password. One thing we can do is monigor our voice to https: Originally Posted by gordintoronto. Sign up using Facebook. That would seem to be easy to achieve relative to the more general questions, particularly since the mouse activity achieves this.

Recommendations is much appreciated!! Originally Posted by mlukaszek We’re releasing a version of the driver which will have this fix in, monitot please be patient. Issues like this might be caused by not enough power available from the USB port. You might be able to tweak it a bit with xrandr and cvt but don’t expect to show video.