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Re: PowerBook 12'' & some troubles

>i use this to change my backlight
>you can compile it using gcc and use it typing something like :
>A./filename [n]
>where n is the light value.

>i'm italian too, you can find me on #nectarine (irc.nectarine.info) if 
>you want

Thanks for the backlight I will try it soon! 
>I have problems with power consumpion, my linux consumes more than osx,
>do you have any tip for me ?
Do you use frequency scaling? Pmud? I dunno if Cpudyn works on powerbook but 
on my old laptop it did a great work at dynamically scaling cpufreq so that 
maximum speed was used only if needed. Give it a try. 

Alle Friday 05 November 2004 2:41 pm, Andrea Giusto ha scritto:
> Thank you very much I will give a look to that thread
> ps. 	questo è per il feedback del forum :) mail private già spedita ...
> Alle Friday 05 November 2004 2:33 pm, lunaticmarkino ha scritto:
> > On Fri, 5 Nov 2004 10:49:36 -0800, Andrea Giusto wrote:
> > > Hello everybody, I am new to debian but I have been using exclusively
> > > linux on an Intel for one year (of which I am kinda proud :) )!Now I
> > > bought a PowerBook 12'' and Debian works great on that but I have three
> > > problems up to now that I cannot solve:
> > > 1) I cannot control LCD brightness (I installed pbbuttons with the gtk
> > > plugin, It works, but the brightness is unchanged). When I modprobe
> > > ans_lcd it complains that there are wrong symbols (?)
> >
> > ssearch in the archives. there is a thread called "Brightness control
> > on PowerBook G4...". i haven't read yet, maybe is what you looking
> > for.
> >
> > ps. sei di bologna? email strana la tua, @economia.unibo.it, devi
> > essere uno "grosso" di economia, visto che a me hanno dato solo
> > @studio.unibo.it ;)
> >
> > ciao

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