I have an ASUS travel monitor (USB) that I'm trying to connect to my X1 Carbon running Zorin. For some reason, the display is not showing up in the Display settings area after plugging it in. Any ideas?
Thanks in advance as always for any and all help...
I changed the desktop wallpaper and the other default Zorin options appear to be normal. It's just the original one that I used when installing the drivers that is distorted. It's still showing those black dots whenever I revert back to that original option.
cd displaylink-debian/ && sudo ./displaylink-debian.sh
Then chose "U" for uninstall. Everything seems to be back to the way it was before attempting to install the drivers, so that's good news. I still can't get the external USB monitor to work, however, so if anyone else has any ideas I'd appreciate the help.
I understand, now. The ASUS driver conflicted with the Lenovo driver.
I was quite puzzled.
That also makes this a bit more tricky... The trouble is the ASUS Monitor, not the Lenovo machine.
Due to ASUS attempting to retain certain aspects of Proprietary globs, they only released certain drivers to open source, not the full package.
If your primary machine was also ASUS, this would have been easier.
In this case, you may be able to handle both monitors by using a kernel that includes the patch for ASUS as well as the drivers for Lenovo.
Can you please run
and relay which kernel you are on?
We need to see about getting you above the 5.15 kernel.