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    Klaas Wiedijk
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    when I recently updated my PCLinuxOS install I got the message that DisplayCAL (ArgyllCMS for that matter)
    wasn’t able to load the calibration because the nVidia driver had been updated to 367.27 and apparently there’s a conflictbetween ArgyllCMS and nVidia, or so it seems.
    I’m looking at a beautifully colour managed screen & workflow and as an avid photographer
    I can’t live without it anymore.
    I had to revert to the older driver (352.63) to get back my colour managed workflow.
    The question is if the problem has been solved now that a new driver (367.35) has been released?
    Thanks & keep up the good work, cheers, Klaas.


    Florian Höch
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    The issue has to do with 10-bit support in nVidia drivers. See: https://devtalk.nvidia.com/default/topic/925981/linux/364-12-gtx-660-can-t-access-videolut-to-load-display-profile/2/?offset=20

    You need to compile the current Argyll CMS development sources to get compatibility with the latest nVidia drivers.


    Klaas Wiedijk
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    Thanks Florian!, that was quick. I’ll contact the devs at PCLinuxOS, or have a go at it myself.

    Cheers, Klaas.

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