Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1286465
Chromebook Pixel (2015) keyboard backlight is not lit after resume
Last modified: 2016-12-20 11:25:05 EST
Description of problem: After resuming from sleep the keyboard backlight is not lit.
How reproducible: Always.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Close lid on Chromebook Pixel (2015).
2. Wait for sleep to start.
3. Open lid.
Actual results: The keyboard backlight is not lit.
Expected results: The keyboard backlight should be lit.
- The keyboard backlight seems to be turned on by the firmware at boot (it is lit even while the firmware is loading the boot loader).
- I believe the kernel the Chromium OS project uses provides an LED at /sys/class/leds/chromeos::kbd_backlight which has a max_brightness of 100 whereas Fedora provides an LED at /sys/class/leds/phy0-led with max_brightness of 1.
I don't know if the Component should be `systemd` or `kernel` or what.
There is a very indirectly related bug #1270552 because the Fedora kernel does not support the sound device is not supported.
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