So a few days ago I finally took the plunge and installed Pop_OS! on my main desktop (Nvidia graphics). So far I have been enjoying it a lot. But there’s this one thing for which I can’t find a solution.
Under Linux the colors of my display (Dell U2412M) look like shit. Everything is too blueish and whites are blown out compared to Windows.
I would like to have the same calibration under Linux as I have under Windows.
For some reason GNOME settings doesn’t want to load my Windows color profile (tried .icc and .icm files). I end up getting the message “missing information for whole screen correction”. The color profile doesn’t seem to affect my settings whatsoever.
I have been searching all day for a solution and have also tried using colormgr in the terminal, but all to no avail.
Would someone be willing to help me? I just want the same colors under Linux as on Windows. How can one accomplish this? What’s the solution or is there another way?