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Old 11-15-2010, 07:17 PM
Sven Joachim
Default Screen rotation messes up brightness - whose fault?

On 2010-11-15 19:45 +0100, Borden Rhodes wrote:

> Hullo all,
> I've freshly reinstalled Debian Squeeze with GNOME this time and,
> amongst other things, I've noticed a problems with my Intel 855 graphics
> (aside from the obvious lack of 3D acceleration). When I rotate the
> screen, the display dims to the lowest setting and there's no way to get
> it back to full brightness without restarting the computer. I've
> fiddled with the power settings to no avail and tried every other form
> of Linux trickery I know.
> If I'm going to file a bug, is it the RandR library's fault or the Intel
> driver's fault?

Could be this one: http://bugs.debian.org/600405. The pkg-xorg git
repository already has a fix for it waiting to be uploaded.


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