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Re: xbacklight on intel

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So your machine is defaulting to the native register interface.  I wonder if
it should be using the legacy interface instead?  Can you try
 $ xrandr --output LVDS --set BACKLIGHT_CONTROL legacy
and see if xbacklight works for you then?

After changing it to legacy it still does not work. However, runing xbacklight -get I know get a figure (around 0.5), whereas before switching over to legacy xbacklight returned the mysterious string "nan".

Anyway, xbacklight -set, -inc, or -dec does not yield any result.

Regards,
Khash

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