A simple linux script to persist screen brightness between restarts and power off. This script is compatible with any Linux distribution with systemd enabled (see http://www.freedesktop.org/wiki/Software/systemd/ for more information on systemd).
This script is successfully tested using ThinkPad L420 running Fedora 19.
Installation --------------------- Run install.sh as root to install keep-brightness. By default, keep-brightness is installed in /opt directory.
git clone https://github.com/kintesh/keep-brightness keep-brightness cd keep-brightness sudo chmod +x install.sh sudo ./install.sh
Uninstall --------- Run uninstall.sh to remove keep-brightness from your system. (If you have changed the default install location, remove it manually.
git clone https://github.com/kintesh/keep-brightness keep-brightness cd keep-brightness sudo chmod +x uninstall.sh sudo ./uninstall.sh
Test it ------- One way to test if keep-brightness works is to... - reduce your screen brightness to lowest value and restart your system. If it works, then after reboot you should see the brightness chnage to last value.
- - - *Written by Kintesh*