Two almost identical keyboards will no longer respond. The led still flashes momentarily on boot so i know they work.
This feature has not been tried for a few months.
on 12/04/2009 – Made popular on 12/04/2009
ebait wrote:Tried this. Did not work. Updated kernel to 3.8, still nothing.Not surprising. acpi_backlight is about the screen backlight, not the keyboard backlight. This is a bit strange that 3.8 killed the screen backlight, despite the acpi_osi="!Windows 2012" argument. I'm somehow glad that I bought the UX32VD instead of the UX31A.
I have a MacBook Pro (Aluminum keyboard) and a Logitech Wave keyboard hooked up through USB. I had to change the Alt/Win mappings on my laptop keyboard to make the Command key act as Meta. However, the corresponding key on my Logitech keyboard seems to be mapped differently.
Hi,I sometimes get a problem with my Asus Zenbook Ux32vd. About half of the times when I boot my system the keyboard backlight goes out while booting my Arch system. This coincides with the xfce-powermanager not displaying the normal animations when changing the display brightness (changing the brightness itself and everything else works fine).
although i expect that 99.9% + of you loathe it when your keyboard has clicky keys, that is the one thing that i gotta have. i never watch the screen when i'm hacking away; i watch my fingers. somebody who lives in another country hacked out a key-click program based on one he has written for his son for another purpose.
hi, im on fedora 18 64 bit, using a satellite p850 laptop. any idea how to get a backlit keyboard working? it worked for a couple of days after i booted a live iso of fedora 19. the boot hung and i had to hard reboot after which it started working. after installing a windows 8 drive, booting and going back to my fedora drive my backlight no longer works. any ideas what is happening?
I've google searched and searched the forums. When I resume from suspend Fedora 12 on my Thinkpad X40 the computer resumes. However, the backlight does not turn on. I can use it if the rooms light is at the perfect angle, but can't find how to turn on the backlight. Any ideas?