Xorg framebuffer and brightness of screen
riza.dindir at gmail.com
Fri Nov 12 05:36:19 UTC 2021
On Fri, Nov 12, 2021 at 12:56 AM Ken Moffat <zarniwhoop at ntlworld.com> wrote:
> On Thu, Nov 11, 2021 at 10:16:18AM +0300, Riza Dindir wrote:
> > Hello Ken
> > I am using gop, and a framebuffer. When i try to use the xrandr, it says
> > "gamma is set to 0", or "failed to get size of gamma for output default".
> > I can set the gamma uaing xgamma and in the xorg.conf file.
> > Riza
> No idea what gop is - google suggests it's the american republican
> party ;-)
:D That is the graphics output protocol.
My radeon device is not recognized by the kernel (netbsd) and I am
using a framebuffer.
> Did you search for that "failed to get" message ? Google gives me a lot of
> different matches, some for failing to correctly add a new mode,
> others for running with nvidia drivers or in virtualbox, or with out
> of date manufacturer's video driver.
> For an ubuntu-based kernel with at-the-time recent intel graphics
> hardware, adding a boot arg to enable alpha-quality intel support.
> In short, finding the answer really does seem to depend on what
> hardware and distro are in use. I'm assuming you're using some sort
> of linux.
What I am trying to do is reduce the brightness of the LCD on my
laptop. Since I am using a framebuffer, I thought that I could do that
with the gamma values. But xrandr fails with a message relating to
the gamma values being 0 or not set.
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