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Automate brightness level in Ubuntu 16.04 based on power source

Automate brightness level in Ubuntu 16.04 based on power source

I personally did not find any app or settings which could easily do this, though this is not an app or gui, but its the simplest and easiest way at least for me.

I have successfully implemented this in Ubuntu 16.04 on my HP envy 13 ab0XX laptop.
Your mileage may vary based on your system.

Note : Change USERNAME to your username. File location is up to you bdw.
Create a file /home/USERNAME/auto-backlight.sh and paste the following in it:

#!/bin/sh # Adjust brightness of backlights based on power source case $1 in # On battery true) # Dim screen backlight expr `cat...
Authentication via PEM file without root user

Authentication via PEM file without root user

A year or so ago i wrote how to create PEM file and login to your server with it to take advantage of disabling...

Remove index.php from NextCloud urls
Linux & PHP & Ubuntu

Remove index.php from NextCloud urls

By default NextCloud has index.php in the urls, it’s not a show stopper at all but it’s good to have nice clean urls when...

How to install ONLYOFFICE in Ubuntu

How to install ONLYOFFICE in Ubuntu

On Oct 12 ONLYOFFICE announced that their desktop editors are going open source and the source code is available on Github. If you are...

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