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    [ubuntu] Re: Guide: Ubuntu on Gateway T-6836

    Ok, so this is probably not the prefered way to do this, but it works for me. I take no responsibility for any ill effects it may have.
    I found out that you can directly control the brightness...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Guide: Ubuntu on Gateway T-6836

    kaoskorruption:

    I tried to add the xbacklight fix to one of the fixes you mentioned, and it sorta works. One, I still have to restart the acpid process every time I boot my laptop before it will...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Guide: Ubuntu on Gateway T-6836

    Ok, I posted the wrong fix for the GDM screen. :) If you want to fix the login screen without messing with xorg.conf (adding the Option ignore thingy never worked for me), do the following:
    sudo...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Guide: Ubuntu on Gateway T-6836

    The bluetooth thing is weird and I saw it mentioned in some reviews. Maybe it's just for controlling a bluetooth add-on or something.

    My Xorg.conf is pretty bare. I haven't played with it at all...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Guide: Ubuntu on Gateway T-6836

    my settings are similar except for one difference. My driver is listed as 'none' on the first graphics adapter. I know that isn't correct because I have DRI working. Every time I tried to use that...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Guide: Ubuntu on Gateway T-6836

    I was about to post a similar guide but you've fixed more than I have. I will add that to fix the resolution bug at the login screen you can add the following command to the beginning of...
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