Debian stretch registration new color settings

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  • #16341

    Cestbasti
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    Hi,

    My computer is installed with Debian Stretch.
    I use a colormunki with displaycal.
    Everything goes well until the registration of my new color profile.
    a first message when it is recorded indicates “The profile was not added in time”
    When trying to go through color system setup I can not manually change the color settings.
    I am under KDE, icc-profiles, Argyll, Argill-ref, gnome-color-manager are well installed.
    My screen is a PROLITE XUB279ZQSU.it forced me to use NViDia X Server Settings for the driver and work properly.
    What solution can I bring? The entire calibration phase is working normally. But the last step of saving the profile and therefore the new settings does not work …

    #16360

    Florian Höch
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    If you’re under KDE, you need to install colord-kde.

    #16367

    Cestbasti
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    Thanks for your answer

    Gnome-color-manager is not the same use ? I don’t find how install colord-kde

    Could you give a notice ?  (i’m not really confortable with Linux)

    #16368

    Florian Höch
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    sudo apt-get install colord-kde

    #16373

    Cestbasti
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    Sorry but, according to me, colord-kde does not exist for debian STRETCH.

    • This reply was modified 1 week, 1 day ago by  Cestbasti.
    #16383

    Florian Höch
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    Alternatively, sudo apt-get install xiccd

    #16385

    Cestbasti
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    it was installed … I’m in the same situation …

    #16398

    Florian Höch
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    In that case, you should either build colord-kde from source, or not use any software that uses colord (and ignore the warning about colord), or use a different distribution that offers colord-kde in its repositories.

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