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Thread: How to color calibrate(Set RGB value and color saturation) on Ubuntu

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    Post How to color calibrate(Set RGB value and color saturation) on Ubuntu

    Hello,
    I recently received my Lenovo Ideapad Flex 5, but from the day I received it, the screen was yellowish, the laptop was provided by my University and everyone has the same issue, but I was able to calibrate the display on windows from settings, but I found no way to do the same on linux. Can anyone please help me out, I have dual booted Windows and Ubuntu but the yellowish display is awful and I'm not able to work on ubuntu for that reason. And I don't like using windows. Some help would be very appretiated.

    Thankyou

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    Re: How to color calibrate(Set RGB value and color saturation) on Ubuntu

    There are a bunch of utilities for setting the gamma of the individual colour channels if you want to just do it by eye, but your best bet would be to load a colour profile (ICD file) for that display.

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