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Follow these steps exactly: Open gedit or any other text editor. Copy over setup.sh script. Save it in your home folder. Open terminal. Run chmod 755 setup.sh && ./setup.sh. That script will create bin folder and blank Dimmer.sh file. Copy Dimmer.sh code to that file. Save it. Now you should be able to double click on the launcher and get that ...


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Since I cannot add an upvote or a comment i'll just do a repeat of Rick's answer but now in a different laptop running ubuntu 14.04. Here's the set up Acer Aspire V5 Ubuntu 14.04 (updated several times) Linux Kernel 3.13.0-52-generic Intel graphics card All i had to do was to edit the default grub file in the configuration directory /etc and then ...


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I believe the 'ACPI PCC probe failed' is a separate issue from your display brightness. I base this hypothesis on the following: http://permalink.gmane.org/gmane.linux.power-management.general/56400 Similarly: http://comments.gmane.org/gmane.linux.acpi.devel/73411 You have stated you no longer see the 'ACPI' message after you upgraded You still see ...


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I have written a complete step-by-step guide on how to install Ubuntu 15.04 with kernel 4.1.4 and getting everything to work properly on the Dell XPS 13 9343. If you are fine with Ubuntu 15.04, you can give a try. I hope it will be helpful to you. To resume you need to : Install Ubuntu 15.04 Download bcmwl-kernel-source (but do not install yet) Install ...


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Have you looked at redshift? sudo apt-get install redshift This is my config file ~/.config/redshift.conf: [redshift] ;temp-day=5700 ;temp-night=4600 brightness-day=1.0 brightness-night=0.75 gamma=0.8 adjustment-method=vidmode location-provider=manual [manual] lat=63.81415 lon=20.41742 You would obviously need to change lat/long. Perhaps is ...



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