Fixing Toshiba NB10 backlight problems in Linux

If the backlight adjustment keys (Fn-F2/Fn-F3) don’t work in Linux for you, try booting with “acpi_backlight=vendor” on the kernel commandline.

This should give you working backlight control in X using the ordinary Intel xserver.

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