Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 655555
Problem with brightness and script for Samsung N150
Last modified: 2012-08-16 16:20:44 EDT
Description of problem:
I have a Samsung N150.
But the keyboard shortcuts to modify brightness do nothing.
And xbacklight do nothing too.
I have search a solution. Ubuntu have a package to resolve it, no Fedora.
And the ArchLinux wiki give a solution : https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Samsung_N150#Backlight
This script do it ! I can modify brightness via sudo with any password.
But, I want to use the keyboard shortcuts with the utils GNOME (suggest by ArchLinux wiki), but nothing ! I have tested with other kerboard shortcuts (like CTRL+M or N)...
And I have tested a applet wich launch a script (the command to up or down the brightness), it do that only the applet launch the script in gnome-terminal.
I think the problem is in the "sudo" command wich blocked these actions. But it's not normal, this script do without password with sudo...
And, I don't have the applet "brightness" in GNOME. I have all packages "applet" but, I don't find it in the list.
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