The monitor is recognized and after installing the latest DisplayLink drivers, the backlight comes on, but I cannot get anything to be displayed on the monitor. Visit the following links: The display has one of those “dual-end” cables so that you can connect power, and I have that connected to a high-power USB battery pack. It was initially partially off-screen but the monitor ‘auto-adjust’ button fixed that. Using K framebuffer memory: Please enable Javascript or use an alternative browser.

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USB disconnect, device number 32 Jan 26 The default boot option is without fbcon. As to setting it up I am not sure. Find More Posts by berryja. Note that registered members see fewer ads, and ContentLink is completely disabled once you log in. The monitor just remains black with the backlight on. Needs a re-boot to fix that.

The secret to DisplayLink’s popularity is a codec that offers crisp text and graphics with very low sub-frame latency. When I look to kernel logs, it looks like the screen connect and disconnect every few seconds. My screen uses a USB 3 interface so maybe that’s the issue if it’s not backward compatible. Originally Posted by berryja.

View LQ Wiki Contributions. Without that option rebooting is pretty much instant. The display comes up in bit mode 5, 6, 5 which is not as convenient to work with, but I guess better than not working at all.

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But that’s as far as I got. Slackware – Installation This forum is for the discussion of installation issues with Slackware. I’d try to blacklist udlfband modprobe udl at boot time if it’s not automatically loaded. I didn’t have my blacklist file named as blacklist. It can also adapt the compression so that the link is shared equitably with fframebuffer services while maintaining high quality.


Interestingly, the display stays off backlight off until I display something on it. I do framebufer have to blacklist udlfb for this to work. I thought it could be power related so I tried with a dual usb port adapter with no luck. Find More Posts by samjam. Still have the same dmesg results for udlfb and udl?

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I do get a green screen on the connected monitor when booted. The DisplayLink displaylonk then picks up the pixels in the frame-buffer, encodes them and send them to the DisplayLink device.

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New USB device strings: Tags consoledisplaylink Thread Tools. I guess now it’s just comparing to the fbi code to see what it is doing differently. If I use udl, I get your problem – just a blank screen, and even the “fbi” program can show nothing on the monitor although it thinks it is. No one has any ideas on this one? All times are GMT.