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How to disable Monitor Brightness keys (DELL N4010) in 12.04?
I want to disable or remap the Monitor Brightness Keys for my DELL N4010 as it causes Ubuntu 12.04 to freeze on a black screen if i adjust brightness through those keys. Please Help.
May 20 '12 at 8:57
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