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Old 11-09-2007, 03:46 PM   #1
cz7asm
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The function key for brightness up


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I have a problem with the key Fn+F6 (brightness up) on my NB ASUS A8JN under Ubuntu. In older versions 6.04 this key was OK but since I updated to 7.10 GG the key has not worked. I dont know where is a problem because Fn+F5 works well. Nevertheless when I execute command acpi_fakekey with argument 225 then brightness gets increased. Or when I execute script /etc/acpi/video_brightnessup.sh I get the same result.
I would like to do it in the way when after pressing the key it is done automatically.
Does anybody know how to make the key working again well, please?
 
  


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