Joined: Mar. 2007
||Posted: July 31 2008,18:44
|Quote (curaga @ July 31 2008,18:36)|
|It's a command line utility to adjust monitor gamma (color channels, or all together, brightness).|
It does seem to need a full X server to use. So no brightness correction for Xvesa. Or how about just in your monitor's own settings?
I can't change the brightness settings in this monitor, because I use this monitor with another computer (with the aid of a KVM switch), and that would mess up the settings there.
I am currently using Xvesa. What do I need to switch to? How do I switch to this alternative? All I've ever used under DSL is Xvesa.
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