Contrast Setting On Ubuntu. Hello viewers and friends. This is my first YouTube videos about Contrast Setting in Ubuntu Linux. I hope it will be very easy for you to understand. I'm new Linux user and I just love Ubuntu with Gnome. Gnome has change so much recently that I'm force to use it in Classic. Yet it does a good job. The software use here is known as xcalib and must be operated via Terminal, this video will guide you through it.
To be honest with you, I had a lot of pain at the beginning finding a contrast setting for Ubuntu or Ubuntu Gnome 12.10.1. There's only brightness setting, but there's no contrast with a Graphical Interface to operate with. That's where I found xcalib and some guides over the web. I'm also a Windows user, on Windows I have the Intel HD 3000 Control Panel, from there it is easy to control brightness, contrast, gamma and RGB setting. Unfortunately the Intel Linux driver does not provide such facility to Linux user. I ask myself why Intel does so. Linux has a very big potential, but it need proper driver support.
Somehow have a good time and sorry for my English.
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