We’ve seen a slew of new Linux distros released in recent months, but the Linux kernel is still the king of the hardware when it comes to providing power-saving features.
It’s not a bad thing, but it can be a pain when it’s needed.
The Linux kernel team has come up with a new way of making this even easier by allowing you to switch between brightness bars on the fly.
Linux kernel developers have come up at least once before to create a way of enabling or disabling light-bar options, but this latest release is the first time we’ve had a way to do it from the command line.
This new option lets you switch between the default brightness levels and set your own.
If you’ve been wanting to switch to the default, or just want to change to the brighter setting without having to open a terminal, you can do so from the menu bar in the top-right corner of your screen.
You can also use the “power off” option to remove the light bars entirely.
The power off option is available in the commandline, too, though it only works when you’ve switched to the dimmer setting.
You may also want to enable the “light bar” option in the menu menu, too.
The default settings for brightness and power on are as follows: Brightness: 100% – 0% – The brightness is set to 100% in the brightness bar.
You are then able to change it back to 0% by hitting the “n” key.
Power: 0% / 100% / 200% / 400% / 600% / 800% / 1000% / 2000% / 3000% / 4000% / 5000% / 6000% / 7000% / 8000% / 9000% / 10000% / 11000% / 12000%/ 13000% (this is the same brightness level that you’ll find in the standard Linux distribution)