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How can I run:

xbacklight -set 0

before login screen?

  • I am not sure since I am not at home right now, so no ubuntu to test it on,but have a look here, is this what you are looking for? gksu gedit /boot/grub/menu.lst – Mihai Jul 31 '13 at 11:46
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For this you can use the file /etc/rc.local. Insert your command to this file before exit 0 and anytime you start your system the command is executed. Please ensure that he file is also executable.

  • I'm experimenting with backlight settings right now and found that since upstart runs asynchronously you can't be 100% sure that everything is initialized the moment /etc/rc.local runs. So you might need to add sleep 10, or that with a different number, to be sure that the display is ready to take the command. – MadMike Nov 7 '13 at 6:52
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From your question, it appears you want to set screen brightness on startup. With current architecture (Xorg, not Mir or Wayland) you can do it like written on: How do I set default display brightness?

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