Properly calibrating color in Linux?
I am interested in calibrating the color on my monitor properly, so that when I view photography it will be more accurate. However... all of the products available, such as Pantone Huey and the Spider require Windows for calibration.
Does anyone here know if those programs -require- that software to calibrate after the initial step, or does the program generally just get you to calibrate the color via the monitor controls?
I am primarily interested in being able to go into Windows for the initial calibration, but then boot back into Linux and have the same color.
Seems complicated, and it may be way more of a pain than I feel like. I could just use it on my second PC which runs Windows, but meh, that's not the preferred method
Thanks for any help/ideas.