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Linux: Gamma Correction

I have a Dell Inspiron 6400 running Ubuntu 6.10. I know there are two different displays for this laptop. At least for me, running "xgamma -gamma 0.7" brings great joy :) To make the change permanent, I added "Gamma 0.7" to the "Monitor" section of "/etc/X11/xorg.conf".

Finally, I can enjoy a nice blue background without becoming subconsciously irritated.

Comments

Randy Bowman said…
Works fine on my Acer Aspire 1641. Oh, BTW, you're #1 on Google for "linux gamma" :)
hahaha

So I am. Thanks for telling me ;)
Horaciod said…
thank works in hp 530
taku said…
What can we say, it's so easy I couldn't figure it out :D Thanks so much!
data recovery said…
Works fine on my Acer Aim 1641. Wow, BTW, you're #1 on Google for "Linux gamma"
Shannon Behrens said…
Haha, that's going to be my new claim to fame ;)
Anonymous said…
You should use xrandr (man xrandr) instead, it also allows you to set it for each different display you have attached.