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XCALIB(1)							      xcalib								 XCALIB(1)

xcalib - Tiny monitor calibration loader for Xorg. SYNOPSIS
xcalib loads 'vcgt'-tag of ICC profiles to the X-server using the XVidMode Extension in order to calibrate your display. OPTIONS
-d, -display <host:dpy> -s, -screen <screen-#> -c, -clear -n, -noaction -v, -verbose -p, -printramps -l, -loss -i, -invert -gc, -gammacor <gamma> -b, -brightness <percent> -co, -contrast <percent> -red <gamma> <brightness-percent> <contrast-percent> -green <gamma> <brightness-percent> <contrast-percent> -blue <gamma> <brightness-percent> <contrast-percent> -a, -alter -h, -help -version Last parameter MUST be an ICC profile containing a vcgt or mLUT tag or empty if the "-a" or "-alter" paramter is used or the LUT is to be cleared. SEE ALSO
Homepage: <> AUTHOR
Stefan Dohla <stefan AT doehla DOT de> OTHER
This manual page was written by Jorge Salamero Sanz <> for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others). Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 or any later version published by the Free Software Foundation. Stefan Dohla 07 July 2007 XCALIB(1)

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