DisplayLink driver installer for Debian and Ubuntu based Linux distributions: Debian, Ubuntu, Elementary OS, Mint, Kali, Deepin and many more! Full list of all supported platforms
DisplayLink releases its drivers only for Ubuntu xx.04 LTS. Hence if you run any other Ubuntu version or any other Linux distribution DisplayLink will not work as expected.
displaylink-debian allows seamless installation of the official DisplayLink drivers tailored to work for most of the Debian based Linux distributions regardless of which Linux kernel version (>4.15) you're using.
sudo apt-get install git
git clone https://github.com/AdnanHodzic/displaylink-debian.git
cd displaylink-debian/ && sudo ./displaylink-debian.sh
After installation has been completed, make sure to consult Post Install Guide!
Please note: Your external monitor/s may not work as expected unless you perform additional steps as described in the Post Installation Guide.
Before submitting a bug report in the issue tracker, please make sure to:
sudo ./displaylink-debian.sh --debug
Regardless of which Linux kernel version (>4.15) you're using.
If your distribution is not on the list, make sure to include debug information by running:
sudo ./displaylink-debian.sh --debug and submit a request to add support for it.
displaylink-debian.sh downloads and extracts the contents of the official DisplayLink Ubuntu driver.
displaylink-debian.sh modifies the contents of the official installer, displaylink-installer.sh, makes all necessary changes for DisplayLink to work out of box on supported Linux distribution.
Install/Reinstall/Uninstall is performed.
Since I'm working on this project in free time without any support or reimbursement from DisplayLink, and have saved some 100$. Please consider supporting this project by making a donation of any amount!