Hoping for some help, I have installed EOS with Gnome 44.2 running Wayland. I followed the Arch Wiki and installed evdi-git and displaylink, enabled displaylink.service. I have rebooted and verified that displaylink.service is running via systemctl. My monitors still are not being recognized through the USB 3.0 DisplayLink docking station. According to the Arch Wiki Wayland does not require any additional configuration and should just work, but that is not what I have going on. Fairly new to this and not sure where else to look for issues. Any help is much appreciated. Thanks!

I have helped a few people get this working but I’m no expert. First i want to advise you that it’s not guaranteed to work as per Arch wiki:

DisplayLink devices on Linux still only have experimental support. While some people have had success in using them, it is generally not an easy process and not guaranteed to work. The steps on this page describe the generally most successful methods of using external monitors with DisplayLink.

Okay, I remember this from previous but not sure how it is with Wayland. But i assume it is because the Wiki tells you to install evdi.

Only 1 Display is recognized after boot

In case multiple displays are connected to a DisplayLink Docking station, but only 1 is recognized after bootup, a possible fix is to force evdi to search for multiple displays at boot by adding the evdi module to /etc/modules-load.d/evdi.conf and "options evdi initial_device_count=2" to /etc/modprobe.d/dkms.conf

Also be warned that even over USB 3.0, a DisplayLink monitor may exhibit noticeably more lag than e.g. a DisplayPort monitor, especially when large portions of the screen are being redrawn.

Not sure if this will help? :man_shrugging: