it looks like neither colord nor the X11 atom hold your display profile.
AFAIK Cinnamon doesn't have built-in Color Management.
On 15.04.2018 19:45, Alexander Rabtchevich wrote:
> I use git master. That is the output:
> darktable-cmstest version 2.5.0+315~gbd094e2
> this executable was built with colord support enabled
> darktable itself was built with colord support enabled
> couldn't locate primary CRTC!
> CRTC for screen 0 CRTC 1 has no mode or no output, skipping
> CRTC for screen 0 CRTC 2 has no mode or no output, skipping
> CRTC for screen 0 CRTC 3 has no mode or no output, skipping
> CRTC for screen 0 CRTC 4 has no mode or no output, skipping
> CRTC for screen 0 CRTC 5 has no mode or no output, skipping
> DVI-D-0 the X atom and colord returned the same profile
> X atom: _ICC_PROFILE (0 bytes)
> description: (none)
> colord: "(none)"
> description: (file not found)
> Better check your system setup
> - some monitors lacked a profile
> You may experience inconsistent color rendition between color managed
> Geeqie determines correct profile without problems. GIMP seems not to
> have problems too.
> With respect,
> Alexander Rabtchevich
> Tobias Ellinghaus wrote:
>> Am Sonntag, 15. April 2018, 13:07:35 CEST schrieb Alexander Rabtchevich:
>>> Darktable can't determine automatically my monitor profile. The OS is
>>> Mint 18.3 x64, the profile is loaded by DisplayCal program (it uses
>>> argyll). Darktable writes "monitor profile", but it seems it uses sRGB
>>> (the view is the same). I can select the correct profile manually (it is
>>> placed in the proper darktable directory), but it has to be dome by
>>> hands after each program run.
>> What's the output of darktable-cmstest and what version of darktable
>> are you
>>> With respect,
>>> Alexander Rabtchevich
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