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You can use this to temporarily disable lid-switch events: systemd-inhibit --what=handle-lid-switch sleep 1d


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You may just have to map them manually in Arch (I had to do something similar in one of my Debian installs). You just need to map the keys of interest. This page should be helpful.


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I believe the Fn keys are mapped to X86... named keys. Therefore, I'm assuming you have to install the x-server first. As for the brightness issue, ArchWiki has some relevant information, among which is the possible systemd-backlight problem/workaround: Inverted Brightness (Intel i915 only) Symptoms: after installing xf86-video-intel ...


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It's up to the motherboard's design. /proc/acpi/wakeup is generated from your motherboard's self-description in ACPI tables. It lists all devices that your computer can use for wakeup events and the states the mainboard supports for these wakeups. You cannot be more specific than enabling/disabling a wakeup source, but there might be more settings in the ...



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