If you are looking for an easy way to adjust display brightness from the command-line in Linux, then I have good news for you.
A very simple command-line utility which allows you to adjust display brightness from the command-line.
- Currently, it works well for Intel display laptops. However, if you encounter
hardware not supportedthen please raise an issue and share the output of the following command.
$ ls -lh /sys/class/backlight
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🔆 set-brightness - Adjust the display brightness from command-line for Linux
set-brightness - Adjust the display brightness from command-line for Linux (v1.0) USAGE: set-brightness [LEVEL] OPTIONS: LEVEL Brightness level, specify a value between 0 - 100 -h or --help Print help (this message) and exit --version Print version information and exit EXAMPLES: set-brightness 50 - Set brightness level to 50%
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