Hell.. why Java developers always think they know coding.. What most of them do is JUNK…. =
There should be a test to evaluate the knowledge of a developer.. Certifications can’t do that..
Maybe a bomb exploding in a Java conference would make them think about what they code… arrrrgh…
But okay.. that’s why some companies pay for better people to find their bugs and prepare their environments.. developer proof systems. LOL
Depois de algumas horas procurando uma solução para corrigir o brightness do meu note, encontrei uma solução simples e óbvia.
Instalem o driver original da Nvidia. Depois de instalado, abra o nvidia configuration utility que deve estar no menu do WM e entre em X Server Color Correction. Por la eu reduzi o brightness e o contrast e os resultados foram excelentes.
After a couple hours search for a common solution to set brightness of my brand new notebook on Linux, I came to a simple and obvious solution.
As many tried, all common solutions for Linux will not work so, I found something that solved the problem.
Install and use Nvidia driver. After you installed, simply open the nvidia configuration utility which is in your WM’s menu and you’ll find the solution under X Server Color Correction. I reduced both brightness and contrast and got a good result.
Coo ha.. 🙂