In Ubuntu I installed 'GNOME Color Manager'. According to Ubuntu this software is supposed to be used with 'GNOME Control Center'. But I can't find 'GNOME Control Center' anywhere. Has it ceased to exist? My real problem is that I want to color calibrate my HP printer. But to do that, I need to print out a color calibration sheet without any profile enabled and later I need to import and enable a newly created ICC profile. According to the printer calibration service, printing of the sheet, without any ICC profile enabled, can be done with GIMP. But that seems like 'shooting sparrows with cannons'...

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    It's the"settings"application. – pomsky Oct 31 '18 at 19:16
  • Yes, it must be so: I tried to install 'GNOME Control Center' with "sudo apt install gnome-control-center", but it is already installed. – Henrik R. Nov 1 '18 at 16:21

Not sure what do you mean, if you mean "gnome tweaks" use this command sudo apt install gnome-tweak-tool otherwise, i guess you mean the default control center of the system itself, that's gnome control center

sudo apt install gnome-control-center
  • I didn't know about this package, I thought gnome-control-center is tweak tool. But it looks like they're different packages (gitlab.gnome.org/GNOME/gnome-control-center). Although I'm not sure whether installing this would solve Henrik R.'s issue, may be he can confirm. – Tuhin Oct 31 '18 at 23:29

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