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codingtony
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Script that get triggered when monitors are plugged in or out in Linux

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Description

I was tired of having to configure manually the disposition of my monitors when I plugged them in.

So I decided to write this script that define custom behaviour when monitor are plugged in

You might want to adapt the script to your needs ./usr/local/bin/monitor-hotplug.sh

I was inspired by http://stackoverflow.com/questions/5469828/how-to-create-a-callback-for-monitor-plugged-on-an-intel-graphics

Installation

  git clone https://github.com/codingtony/udev-monitor-hotplug.git
  sudo chmod +x ./install.sh
  sudo ./install.sh

Debuging

  sudo journalctl -f

OR

  sudo service udev stop
  sudo udevd --debug 2>&1 | tee /tmp/udev.log
  check what's happening when you plug/unplug your monitor

License

I'm not responsible of the effect of this script on your computer

Feel free to do whatever you want with it :-)

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