Hey people of the internet!
I have a problem saving/restoring the brightness on my laptop... I am running Ubuntu 15.04 server, with Xfce4, but booting default to command line.
My problem now is, unless I start up Xfce and change the brightness via
xBacklight -set 5, nothing changes the brightness of my display. Having the command promt on full brightness looks nice, but eats battery like hell, and i don't need it.
I've read about using systemd-backlight - something, but I can't find anything on how to use it or make it so it restores my brightness on bootup...also, does this work without starting up X? Is there even a way to change the screen brightness without starting X?
(if it matters: running an Asus N550JK which has an intel and nvidia dual graphics thing, called optimus...I'm not using that, only using the intel one.
xBacklight changes the value in
/sys/class/backlight/intel_backlight/brightness, my desired value would be
Thanks for everything!