Uncompressing DisplayLink Linux Driver 1. Download and step-by-step available: I modified and repackaged the Ubuntu installer in rpm format. Custom RPM created for Fedora and others. I have been using your RPM version 1. Partners Support Community Ubuntu. After reproducing the issue with the the latest DisplayLink driver, report the issue to DisplayLink first by making a new post not attaching logs to an existing post following following their instructions here.

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And I’m not seeing any log messages about new displays being detected.

All times are GMT. Started DisplayLink Manager Service. Page displsylink-mod of 5. If anyone from DisplayLink would like to see the log files, let me know. Contents Introduction Installing the DisplayLink driver Reporting bugs when using the latest DisplayLink driver External Links Introduction This article is focused on providing support for those who use a device that requires the DisplayLink driver. Starting DisplayLink Manager Service I modified and repackaged the Ubuntu installer in rpm format.

Open a a terminal and change directory to the extracted files.

I’ve also kerneo an issue when upgrading the rpm, so please remove the current version, then install the new one this version will manage upgrades ok. For now, I’ve updated my rpm with a udev rule that detects devices based on vendor, which should work for you. Find More Posts by azothforgotten.



Download and step-by-step available: I tried plugging the adapter into the USB 3. Also make sure to install the displlaylink-mod version release 2 that I uploaded yesterday, as it handles a wider set of devices.

DisplayLink And the service gets started when I plug in the “dock”: How much does this depend on the graphics driver being dizplaylink-mod to run the integrated display and the VGA and DisplayPort ports not currently being used? However, I actually own two different usb modules.

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.

Custom RPM created for Fedora and others. It seems your script doesn’t detect the docking station as a displaylink device and thus doesn’t start the driver when it’s displaypink-mod in. You have 2 issues then, first one is broadening the detection of DisplayLink devices, the second one issomething I haven’t thought before: For example, one external monitor connects via HDMI.

Please keep in mind while the DisplayLink driver is displajlink-mod provided by Ubuntu, filing a report on Launchpad makes displaylino-mod in case the root cause is determined to be with a package in a supported Ubuntu repository. And the adapter has external power and a power button, so I’ve tried having that on and off in various ways too. Download the DisplayLink driver from DisplayLink’s website.


Thanks for all your help!

Did you plug a monitor on the hdmi or vga ports, or did you just plug the adapter? As a workaround, right now, I’ve plugged in the 4 in 1 into the docking station, which ironically enough, works. Awesome, thanks so much kerneel putting this together. 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.


Issue has to do with stopping the service only when the last device has been unplugged. Hiya, Just undid my previous installation in favor of your kernell future proof and more efficient RPM.

Uncompressing DisplayLink Linux Driver 1. I’ve tried this out on my setup, but it’s not working. Asking because nothing shows up on the display configuration menu if I just plug the adapter.