eilin is a Linux utility to control settings of EIZO monitors.
If your monitor is not listed and thus is not supported you can try setting
any of supported monitors (using --type option). However this is unsafe
and not recommended.
If it works please let me know what monitor you are using and what settings
works for you and I'll add it to the list of supported monitors.
If it doesn't work you can still get the monitor working. See How Can I Help
In order to compile eilin run following commands within the source directory.
To print possible options run eilin without any parameters. The monitor type must
be specified on command line or in the config file, because eilin is not able
to determine the monitor model automatically.
eilin uses rather self-descriptive xml configuration. The configuration is read
from eilin.xml, ~/.eilin.xml and /etc/eilin.xml in that order.
Most of it's content are "magic" numbers needed for eilin to work. These numbers
are monitor-specific. Every monitor has it's <monitor> entry.
To select the default monitor change the <default monitor="TYPE" /> line to match
the type from <monitor type="TYPE"> tag. This monitor type will be used when you
call eilin without -t (--type) parameter.
Sometimes there are off-by-one bugs in setting/reading numeric values. That's because
the real range of values differ from the one reported by monitor. eilin uses one
function to convert between the two representations but due to rounding the values
reported by eilin may differ a bit (personally I never saw difference bigger than 1)
How Can I help?
If your monitor doesn't work you can help by catching the USB communication of
the official Eizo control utility with adding necessary information what was done.
If you know the basics of how USB works it should not be a problem for you to get the
necessary "magic numbers" and update configuration file accordingly.
Otherwise send me sniffed communication where you describe exactly what you did
with every tested feature in separate file.