Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 726195
Fedora 15 on Lenovo ideapad z570 - brightness can not minimized
Last modified: 2012-08-07 14:13:21 EDT
Description of problem:
When using fedora 15 with updated kernel on Lenovo Idea Pad z570 (intel core i5 second gen) does not adjust the brightness when using Function Keys or from pwoer manager both from gnome and kde.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Fedora 15, kernel 220.127.116.11-35.fc15.i686.PAE
Use the default or above mentioned updated kernel and check for adjusting brightness. Use function keys or power manager (from gnome or from kde).
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Use the default or above mentioned updated kernel
2.check for adjusting brightness
3.Use function keys or power manager (from gnome or from kde)
no effect. it keeps at maximum
a way to adjust brightness and support for power manager configurations
Applied various methods like adding acpi_backlight=vendor to boot loader and many other options (like changing power management settings from gconf-editor). Nothing gives a solution.
Does this still happen with the kernel in F16? Thanks.
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