Before when I pulled down notification menu there was the slider to adjust the brightness.. I made no changes and it's gone now
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I have a Sony E Series laptop with Fedora 17 and Windows 8 in dual boot.
The brightness adjusts just fine on my Windows8 but not in Fedora. If I change it with the brightness slider in the power settings nothing happens.
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as tried in many other threads but it has not worked for me.
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