That fix came from the linux commit hash i mentioned in the commit.
I found the backlight tunable in the i915 source. :)
(My asus zenbook works with that in -head, btw. But I dn't have
On 22 May 2015 at 01:39, Johannes Jost Meixner <x...@freebsd.org> wrote:
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> here's what I know.
> My UX32VD "works" okay if you back out
> The problem with it is, once you do back that out, you won't be able
> to set the brightness anymore (via acpi_asus_wmi).
> Adrian- do you remember where you found the backlight tunable and
> which it was?
> I could back out those changes, install "stock" lemul (instead of
> backed-out 277959 + lemul), and see what happens.
> - -Johannes
> On 05/22/2015 10:10, Adrian Chadd wrote:
>> On 22 May 2015 at 00:00, Stefan Parvu <spa...@kronometrix.org>
>>>> Does -HEAD do the same thing still?
>>> I tried that couple of days back. Yes, same problem: blank
>>> screen, no luck with any settings like backlight. I can easily
>>> ssh and reboot or CTRL-ALT-F1 and CTRL-C and reboot (you see
>>> nothing on the screen) :)
>> ok. i really do bet it's a backlight config problem, and
>> unfortunately I don't have the laptop to be able to debug it. Sorry
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