On Mon, 2010-07-26 at 15:54 -0500, Leonard Evens wrote: > I am running two systems. > > One is a 32 bit Fedora 12 system. I run > > dispwin -I xxx > > where xxx is the location of the desired profile. When I do this > the file .config/color.jcnf changes > > dispwin -L is in my .bash_profile > > Then I can logoff, shut the machine down, whatever and when I log back > in, the calibration is in X's LUT. > > Another is a 64 bit machine now running Fedora 13. > > When I do the same thing, I find after I'm back in that the calibration > has not been loaded. Moreover, the color.jcnf is an old one from 2009, > and > dispwin -L > tells me it failed to get the display's current ICC profile. > > I have to do dispwin -I over again. > > I also removed color.jcnf, and after I ran dispwin _I, it was not > created again, at least in .config. > > What is going on? The problem seems to be that on the Fedora 13 machine, dispwin -I doesn't seem to be creating a color.jcnf file.