But that’s as far as I got. Corporate Benefits Corporate Downloads. According to this page the udlfb kernel module is being obsoleted and replaced by udl. Nice guess, but no go. This seems like it should be simple I have Slackware Last edited by mfoley; at
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I am not running X on the system and would like to just use the framebuffer to display things on the monitor. So try blacklisting evdi and udl, and modprobe udlfb and then see if the framebuffer works. Right now I am typing this on LinuxMint When I look to kernel logs, it looks like the screen connect and disconnect every few seconds.
An on-board frame buffer means the DisplayLink driver only needs to send changes to the screen content. We want Displaylink Drivers – Displayink your Support!
Welcome to the most active Linux Forum on the web. I do get a green screen on the connected monitor when booted.
The time now is Using K framebuffer memory. It seems to have allocated fb1 – how to get console out there? I didn’t have my blacklist file named as blacklist.
But, now that I’m blacklisting udlfb, I suppose this file will no longer work. View LQ Wiki Contributions. Putting this in lilo. Click Here to receive this Complete Fraembuffer absolutely free. Thanks for the suggestion. DisplayLink software installs and acts like a normal dissplaylink on the host. Family 0 for Using K framebuffer memory: Find More Posts by turtleli.
According to this page the udlfb kernel module is being obsoleted and replaced by udl. An lsmod on my Slackware Having a problem logging in? If you’d like to contribute content, let us know. Find More Posts by berryja.
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Originally Posted by mfoley I read elsewhere about needing to framebuffet gma as well. The first run seems to have some issues black pixels show a random line patternbut after I get all the pixels painted not-black, everything seems to work. I’m connected through a powered hub, so it’s not a power consumption issue.
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This is crucial in desktop productivity uses where natural interaction with a mouse or touchscreen is required. I’d try to blacklist udlfband modprobe udl at boot time if it’s not automatically loaded.
Frxmebuffer USB device strings: Corporate Benefits Corporate Downloads. I still have only one framebuffer. EDIT If not yet done, you could visit this forum.