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I just installed elementary OS, but I can't get the Ubuntu display link driver to work with my smart dock (to connect external screens). Once I go through and activate the .run from their driver, I ended up stuck at the UDEV rule. Fortunately I found someone who had a similar problem and they managed to fix it.

However, once I have made the appropriate changes, I have absolutely no idea how to turn this folder that was generated from a .run that I can execute to get my driver working.

  • your question is how to run .run file, correct? – Ravan Nov 27 '15 at 3:21
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    @Ravan It's how to make my folder (that's no longer a compressed .run file) back into a .run file so that I can run it. – Adam Nov 27 '15 at 4:41
  • This worked perfectly "right out of the box"! Wow. Thank you! – Richard Giroux Dec 22 '16 at 15:21
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I was having trouble with this too so I modified AdnanHodzic's code to run on elementary. You can find the source here https://github.com/jpopesculian/displaylink-debian

  1. Do a git clone: git clone https://github.com/jpopesculian/displaylink-debian.git
  2. And run the file: displaylink-debian/displaylink-debian.sh

Let me know if that works for you!

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