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Old 12-17-2012, 08:38 AM   #941
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one page back?

but:

Quote:
echo -n LEVEL > /sys/devices/system/fl_tps6116x/fl_tps6116x0/fl_intensity
where LEVEL is an integer between 0 and 254 (or 255?), and 0 means "light off". You have to run these commands from a command line, so install the usbnetwork package and access your device through that.

Sorry, but there is no "step-for-step tutorial" for using Linux command line tools - if you want to dive into it, you have to learn it the hard way, like everybody else here did.
so just shove that in a script. and attach that to an event you can control somehow.

Dont have a PW yet... so not sure on launchers. Sorry

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