I recently replaced my laptop screen, and when it was first installed, its color was too greenish. I go into Windows 10 and use
dccw.exe（a windows built-in color calibration tool) adjust the gamma and RGB of the display by looking at some pictures with the naked eye, so that the screen displayed more normal. And then dccw generated an icc profile. Later, I go into Pop OS, imported the icc profile to gnome's settings->color, and gnome told me "full screen display correction not possible with this profile". So I'm now looking for other ways to adjust the display color on linux.
I am not an artist, I just want my screen to display a bit more normal, so I don't plan to buy any hardware, it would be too much trouble. Pop OS did Pre-installed NVIDIA driver, but my laptop are using Intel core graphics output, NVIDIA graphics calculation, so the
NVIDIA X Server Settings told me the display can't control by nvidia. I have also tried searching the icc profile shared by others on the Internet. I can’t find the model of mine(BOE NV156FHM-N69), only find the NV156FHM-N61 and used it. The effects not perfect but ok, but I prefer to customize by self. I've also tried redshift and gnome night lights, and customized color temperature, but it's not as good as using other screens' icc profile.
I wonder if there is a better and easier way customize the display color RBG and Gamma like using dccw.exe on windows.
Any thoughts and ideas on that topic would be highly appreciated.
Thanks in advance!