Calibrate the colors of your laptop screen on Linux

Some days ago I found this little puppy on

it's an X-Rite i1 Pro display calibration colorimeter.

It just arrived at my door and I tested it on my tiny and old, little Linux laptop and … it worked!

For any other member willing to calibrate his monitor, I will leave it on my not-locked-locker, in a little dark bag, feel free to use it (please, don't take it away from the PTL).

If you are on Linux you can follow the instructions here.

I used this really professional open source calibration software:

The result is noticeable: the images seem more naturals.

More important the colors are, if not exactly, way closer to what the author meant and calibration is even more crucial if the author is you.


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