DisplayLink is a computer graphics company that specializes in USB graphics hardware. The Linux kernel ships with drivers for DisplayLink devices.

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Getting a MIMO UM-710S USB Powered 7 Inch LCD Mini Display to work

Am interested in a satellite 7-10" display for my Thinkpad X201 (in addition to already running LCD and main laptop display). I've seen a bunch of mixed info regarding these devices which use ...
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How can I get a DisplayLink USB monitor work under Ubuntu?

I have a DisplayLink-based external USB monitor, which has both power and data over USB, and seems to work perfectly under Windows 7, but only can display a text console under Ubuntu 10.10, and that I ...
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How to get second display to work alongside primary display?

I've almost got this problem solved... I've got both displays working now. The secondary display is displaying a purple background. Unfortunately, I can't use it. (I can't move the mouse into it, ...
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How to get Lilliput USB monitor working?

Okay, I just got a Lilliput 7" USB Monitor: Unfortunately, I am having some trouble getting it to work in Ubuntu. It is a DisplayLink device, so it should work in Ubuntu. Here is the output of ...
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What might prevent mouse movements between xrandr screens? [closed]

I've followed the steps outlined in this HowTo. Right after I log in to Gnome I can move the mouse back and forth but as soon as the task bar loads, the mouse becomes jailed in the screen its in ...