I’ve installed Ubuntu 14.04 on my laptop (like this Acer United States | Laptops, Desktops, Chromebooks, Monitors & Projectors ).
And also I’ve installed NVIDIA driver nvidia-331 from Ubuntu repository.
I wanna make some color correction, and I not found item “X Server Color Correction” in nvidia-settings menu.
On desktop I have same Ubuntu and same driver version, and I have this menu.
Can you help me with this?
Let me know if need any other logs or configs.
nvidia-bug-report.log.gz (120 KB)
The X screen color correction page doesn’t appear if the X server supports color correction on a per-display-device basis through RandR 1.2. Instead, each display device page (listed under the GPU sections as “DFP-0”, “VGA-0”, etc.) has a color correction tab. However, since you’re using RandR 1.4’s display offload feature (a.k.a. PRIME), nvidia-settings doesn’t know about those. You’ll need to use something like the GNOME Color control panel or the xrandr command-line tool’s --gamma option.