From: Renato S. Yamane <renatoyamane@ma...> - 2007-02-01 10:05:59
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Em 31-01-2007 15:01, Christian Tenllado escreveu:
>> #echo 10 >> /proc/omnibook/lcd
>> This value change brightness to MAXIMUM.
> changing the value does not modify the brightness of the screen :-(
Can you try this, pls?
#echo 0 >> /proc/omnibook/lcd
Use cat to see if lcd file is writed correctly.
> I tried this with the brightness keys, the information I get is
You use a couple keys (Fn + Fx)?
I receive the same output as you, but pressing only F6 or F7... If I
press Fn+F6 or Fn+F7, I don't get output in xev.
If you get some output with Fn+F6 and Fn+F7, is not difficult adjust
this to write in lcd file available in /proc/omnibook, but first is
necessary that lcd file change brightness when is writed.
Mathieu, can you help us? :-)
Renato S. Yamane
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Renato S. Yamane a =E9crit :
> Mathieu, can you help us? :-)
This toshiba laptop model is not yet supported by the omnibook
module for the well known reason: no hardware documentation available.
This seems to be the case for most if not all Toshiba Satellite Mx and Ax
with x >=3D 100.
What about TECRA M5-ST5011?
I will buy a new one for me and Iwill install gentoo linux as was done
in my old machine Satellite 2590CDT.
Thanks in advance
>Renato S. Yamane a écrit :
>>Mathieu, can you help us? :-)
>This toshiba laptop model is not yet supported by the omnibook
>module for the well known reason: no hardware documentation available.
>This seems to be the case for most if not all Toshiba Satellite Mx and Ax
>with x >= 100.