Monitor calibration (HP L2465)
A friend of mine uses SUSE and he'd like to calibrate his monitor for his photography and video hobby. He asked my help since I own a Spyder4Elite.
I am not that familiar with Linux, so I'd like to ask some advice. I currently see 3 options and I'd like to have your input on what to do.
1. The Spyder4Elite does not come with Linux software. I could calibrate his monitor on my Macintosh and import the created ICC profile on his Linux machine. As far as I know, this is possible. Would this be a valid option, or are ICC's not cross platform compatible?
2. I could use ArgyllCMS and use this tutorial as a guide. Since I have never used Linux, I could see a lot of things going wrong using this option. Do you think this is doable for a Linux newbie, or should I just not attempt it?
3. We could purchase ColorHUG. This natively runs on Linux and seems to be a valid option. Does anyone have any experience using this piece of hardware? Again, is it doable for a novice?
The ColorHUG website says the following.
Thank you very much in advance!
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