Re: no backlight on radeon after recent kernel "upgrade"s
From: Henrique de Moraes Holschuh
Date: Wed Feb 21 2007 - 18:17:31 EST
On Wed, 21 Feb 2007, Richard Purdie wrote:
> enabled. On a thinkpad, the backlight is probably under ACPI control.
BIOS+ACPI, actually. Without ACPI video loaded, the firmware does
everything correctly. With ACPI video, the firmware does it, then its
changes are clobbered over by ACPI video's.
If ibm-acpi is loaded, a backlight device "ibm" is added. ibm-acpi's ibm
backlight device can change the display brightness. It is *not* capable of
turning the backlight on or off, AFAIK.
BTW, some ThinkPads don't have a Radeon, but rather an Intel GM/GMX device.
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