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Mount the disk image and option-drag its icon to your “Applications” folder.

Afterwards open the “Display CAL” folder in your “Applications” folder and drag Display CAL's icon to the dock if you want easy access.

If you cannot access your instrument, first try unplugging and reconnecting it, or a reboot.

If that doesn't help, read “Installing Argyll CMS on Linux: Setting up instrument access”.

Display CAL is written in Python and uses the 3rd-party packages Num Py, demjson ( toolkit), as well as Python extensions for Windows and the Python WMI module to provide Windows-specific functionality.

Other minor dependencies include Py Chromecast, comtypes and pyglet.

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Prerequisites: You first need to install alien and rpmdb, create a dummy RPM database via , then edit (or create from scratch) the (you can have a look at misc/setup.ubuntu9for a working example).If your measurement device is not a Color Munki Display, i1 Display Pro, Huey, Color Hug, specbos, spectraval or K-10, you need to install an Argyll-specific driver (the specbos, spectraval and K-10 may require the FTDI virtual COM port driver instead).See “Instrument driver installation under Windows”. Unpack and then simply run Display CAL from the created folder.Also there are currently (2014-05-20) five instruments (or rather, packages) under the Color Munki brand, two of which are spectrometers, and three are colorimeters (not all of them being recent offerings, but you should be able to find them used in case they are no longer sold new): When using a spectrometer that is supported by the unattended feature (see below), having to take the instrument off the screen to do a sensor self-calibration again after display calibration before starting the measurements for profiling may be avoided if the menu item “Allow skipping of spectrometer self-calibration” under the “Advanced” sub-menu in the “Options” menu is checked (colorimeter measurements are always unattended because they generally do not require a sensor calibration away from the screen, with the exception of the i1 Display 1).Unattended calibration and profiling currently supports the following spectrometers in addition to most colorimeters: to create the version file so you don't see the update popup at launch.

Prerequisites: You first need to install alien and rpmdb, create a dummy RPM database via , then edit (or create from scratch) the (you can have a look at misc/setup.ubuntu9for a working example).If your measurement device is not a Color Munki Display, i1 Display Pro, Huey, Color Hug, specbos, spectraval or K-10, you need to install an Argyll-specific driver (the specbos, spectraval and K-10 may require the FTDI virtual COM port driver instead).See “Instrument driver installation under Windows”. Unpack and then simply run Display CAL from the created folder.Also there are currently (2014-05-20) five instruments (or rather, packages) under the Color Munki brand, two of which are spectrometers, and three are colorimeters (not all of them being recent offerings, but you should be able to find them used in case they are no longer sold new): When using a spectrometer that is supported by the unattended feature (see below), having to take the instrument off the screen to do a sensor self-calibration again after display calibration before starting the measurements for profiling may be avoided if the menu item “Allow skipping of spectrometer self-calibration” under the “Advanced” sub-menu in the “Options” menu is checked (colorimeter measurements are always unattended because they generally do not require a sensor calibration away from the screen, with the exception of the i1 Display 1).Unattended calibration and profiling currently supports the following spectrometers in addition to most colorimeters: to create the version file so you don't see the update popup at launch.This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.