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Maybe I overlook something, but isn't this just a matter of adding the XF86MonBrightnessDown and XF86MonBrightnessUp to your xmodmap? xmodmap -e "keycode 101 = XF86MonBrightnessDown NoSymbol XF86MonBrightnessDown" for testing this temporarily. Similar for brightness up. If it works, you need to make this permanent depending on your display manager. LXDE ...
Solution: Install a program for this purpose sudo apt-get install numlockx Edit this file with your favourite text editor as root /etc/mdm/Init/Default Add these lines at the beginning of the file if [ -x /usr/bin/numlockx ]; then /usr/bin/numlockx on fi
I had a similar problem (with Xfce): I wanted mouse emulation not to expire. What worked: launch the script via autostart (like you do) put sleep 5s at the start of the script (increase "5s" if necessary) Rationale: if your script works when launched manually, it is not guilty. So the DE must be overriding your setting (typically it will apply its ...
Check the kernel processes wouldn't be on loop check top command and also check your kern.log and log for issue. You can find them on : /var/log/kern.log I guess Kernel won't accept keyboard interrupts sometimes.
iwlwifi is a non free firmware , according to NetbootFirmware you need to add the non-free firmware to Initramfs: Initramfs is essentially a concatenation of gzipped cpio archives which are extracted into a ramdisk and used as an early userspace by the Linux kernel. Debian Installer's initrd.gz is in fact a single gzipped cpio archive containing all the ...
I also have an N2600 with similar symptoms. But for my, anything after 3.16 would see this problem, but 3.16 and below was fine. I've found that acpi=off gets stuff working again. Clearly there is some kind of issues with timers or CPU sleep states that needs to be addressed.
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