I'm using Ubuntu 11.10 and my monitor had a problem where Green is the bright colour, there's no way to change it in the monitor settings, so when I was using WinXP (I'm new in here) I changed the green to lower using Video Driver settings, in here (ubuntu) I don't know exactly how I would change the green colour to low, so my "black" would be seem has a real black, no green. Thanks for reading. Sorry for bad English.
You can adjust the individual colour gamma correction settings of your screen using the
You can adjust the green gamma value with a command like:
If you are using a multi-monitor set up and want to adjust the gamma of individual outputs, you can do so with the
In this command,
Both of these options will not survive an X server restart, so once you've got some values you're happy with consider putting them in a shell script (perhaps in
I have a toshiba satellite l675d laptop. here is what worked for me.... from terminal, "xgamma -rgamma 1.05 -ggamma 1.10 -bgamma 0.70" great, now have a nice grey.
but how to save this so it executes on startup?
I have tried the unity startup app. I can enter the the script, save, etc. After startup, in terminal, I can see the new settings as above. BUT the monitor is NOT adjusted - it has the regular default colours. I can adjust only after manually entering the command in terminal after startup.
Can anyone help please?