This is the DisplayLink driver downloaded and extracted in my computer. https://imgur.com/FoO6mBc.png

I'd like to install by following this instruction .

But I could not install. https://imgur.com/cBCOclV.png

root@office002:/home/office002# cd Downloads/displaylinkdriver550beta59118
root@office002:/home/office002/Downloads/displaylinkdriver550beta59118# sudo ./displaylink-driver-5.5.0-beta-59.118.run
sudo: ./displaylink-driver-5.5.0-beta-59.118.run: command not found

Can anyone help me please ?

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    – Nmath
    Feb 14 at 3:20

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You should make the file executable.

chmod +x displaylink-driver-5.5.0-beta-59.118.run

Than run it

sudo ./displaylink-driver-5.5.0-beta-59.118.run

  • After installing the driver, Xubuntu boots normally. But there is an error message: /dev/sda5: clean, 254758/14426112 files, 4620549/57686528 blocks {FAILED} Failed to start Load Kernel Modules. Anyway, Xubuntu can work after this error message disappears. What was wrong with the installation?
    – Nukool
    Feb 16 at 17:53

Any results on this? I installed the DisplyLink driver but still gert nothing. I have Wacom DTU-1031x/k that doesn't seem to recognize the displatlink screen under Zorin OS, an Ubuntu variant, or Mac OS 10.13.xx.

The drawing tablet part works under Linux, but bo screen no matter what.

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