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I'm not completely sure, but I think that an udev rule applies to the add action by default. The udev rule is on a graphics card, not on a monitor; so it runs when a graphics card is added to the system, which in practice means at boot time. Plugging in a monitor results in a change action, not an add action. So the udev rule should specify a change action. ...



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