I’ll get you the output to your commands shortly…but I’ve done some reading and think I’ve learned a few more things that might help in the troubleshooting process.
There are 2 versions of the “Dell Adapter.” The USB 3.0 Dell Adapter (DA100), this is different than the USB-C version (DA200). Both referred to as the “Dell Adapter” which is where some confusion is most likely.
This is the USB 3.0 version to HDMI/VGA/Ethernet/USB 2.0 linked below:
This is the USB-C version (USB-C to HDMI/VGA/Ethernet/USB 3.0, model DA200):
Reading on Reddit, forums, etc. I believe the USB-C version is causing a lot of people headaches and what I gather does not currently work in Linux.
A New Hope:
I have the USB 3.0 Version of the Dell Adapter (DA100). The USB 3.0 version has it’s own chip inside, and uses Displaylink drivers to work in Windows. I’ve done some reading here:
There is also an Ubuntu version of the Displaylink driver that gives me hope, link here:
So, maybe the next plan of attack is getting the actual Displaylink driver working in Arch correctly? Thoughts?