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    Default brightness applet gnome doesn't work

    after latest update brightness regulation is no more working on 11.2

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    Default Re: brightness applet gnome doesn't work

    If you have Desktop Kernel
    Try Default or PAE, that sorted it for me in KDE
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    Default Re: brightness applet gnome doesn't work

    no way in gnome even with standard desktop. any idea how to manage brightness? it's too much...

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    Default Re: brightness applet gnome doesn't work

    Quote Originally Posted by giorsat View Post
    no way in gnome even with standard desktop. any idea how to manage brightness? it's too much...
    No way what?!
    Just switch kernel.

    Surely there is a power control in gnome though?
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    Default Re: brightness applet gnome doesn't work

    no way to change brightness even with standard kernel.

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    Default Re: brightness applet gnome doesn't work

    I tryed to switch to kernel default: no brightness controll on my samsung r519 con video Intel GMA X4500 Dynamic Video Memory Technology 5.0
    then I tried the option acpi_osi=Linux on grub. still nothing. nor function keys nor gnome applet work
    then I tried the option acpi_osi=!Linux ... but still nothing to do.
    nay ideas or link to set brightness control?
    in ubuntu gnome applet works just right. switching to ubunt is my last resort.

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