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SubjectRe: Probably Off-topic Question...
On Wed, Jan 24, 2001 at 07:40:14PM +0000, Steven Ellmore wrote:
> My VAIO Z505HS brightness control works under Linux.
>
> Shift + Fn + Brightness (F5) dims
> Fn + Brightness brightens
>
> If it makes a difference I'm using Left Shift and Left Fn and as you
> might expect I'm holding both of those down and then tapping F5 the
> required number of times.

none of these things change my brightness one way or the other.
in particular, which part of the OS would be responsible for
watching these keystrokes and making the appropriate changes?

others have told me about this keystroke. someone had suggested
that this works differently on my system because i have a newer
bios?

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Mark Smith
mark@winksmith.com
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