- Hardware: laptop with hybrid video Intel / NVidia
- Driver: linux510-nvidia 455.45:01-10.0
- Kernel: 5.10.2-2-MANJARO
Can’t control anymore the brightness with linux510.
linux58 had no problem and I run linux54 fine too.
Keys to control the brightness are inefficient, as the command
When I run linux54, there is a
/sys/class/backlight/nvidia_0/brightness and the brightness control works OOB.
When I run linux510, there is a
/sys/class/backlight/acpi_video0/brightness and the brightness control doesn’t work and the nvidia driver is in use.
Tried any kernel parameters…
Option "RegistryDwords" "EnableBrightnessControl=1" within
/etc/X11/xorg.conf/90-mhwd.conf with no succes.
A suggestion ?
I’m also facing similar situation after latest stable update. Tried every solution posted on different forums also but none worked.
Some common solutions are given in this post Can't adjust screen brightness (Lenovo Laptop, NVIDIA, XFCE) but it didn’t work.
After setting kernel param acpi_backlight=vendor, this path is accessible
Anyone having solutions to fix the problem with brightness control?
Is it a kernel issue or driver problem?
Similar issue cropped up at other forums like one below but still people are looking for solutions.
Kernel 5.10: backlight brightness control not initialised / Laptop Issues / Arch Linux Forums
I guess the current best solution is to downgrade to kernel 5.9.x
Issue solved with kernel 5.10.7-3-MANJARO
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