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comment How do I adjust display contrast and brightness in Ubuntu?
My Dell 13z laptop won't allow me to increase the brightness when in a Linux distro. Ubuntu is convinced that it's already at maximum brightness. I can however change it (using the Fn key combo) while BIOS is loading, so at least I don't need to boot into Windows to do it.