Hello Friends

I copied a script called backlight-brightness from the directory,
of another GNU/Linux distro,
and pasted it to the same directory of my Debian system.

 If I run it in terminal,
kaye@laptop:~$ backlight-brightness
backlight-brightness: You need to be root to run this script

Is it possible to be able to execute the script without being root?

If it matters, in the other distro I would just press some key-binding that
allows me to enter an app name so I can run it, (much like in Debian where
I would press Alt-F2 which opens Application Finder and I would type an app
name to execute it) , and I would type in backlight-brightness and it would
open, no root needed.

Thank you.

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