LightScript - Lightweight script to easily change screen brightness.

Wiki: https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/LightScript
AUR: https://aur.archlinux.org/packages.php?ID=62997
Official site: http://haikarainen.dotgeek.org/lightscript/
My first package, be gentle
Created this script because of 3 reasons:
1. KDE's controller for backlight is really buggy for me, makes it unusable.
2. xbacklight does not work well with multiple controllers for the same device (I get 7 stages of resolution instead of 4882).
3. I like scripting/doing my own work.
What it does?
LightScript automatically detects the best backlight-controller based off its precision/resolution, and uses that controller to set the backlight to a value you specify in percent.
Example: "light 30" <- Set brightness to 30%
If sudo is installed, it will attempt to use this instead of forcing root (so you wont have to type "sudo light x" instead of just "light x").
It also has a default minimum-cap of 5%, since some controllers turn the display pitchblack on 0%. This behaviour can be overridden by changing /etc/lightscript/minlight
Updates:
Since version 0.3.6 the script now also takes + and - operators, so you can increase and decrease brightness instead of just giving a fixed value.
It also checks for filepermissions on controllers before deciding wether to force root/use sudo etc.
Example: "light 10+" <- Increase brightness by 10%
0.3.6 also came with 2 small issues that is on my todolist; Firstly, typing "light +" or "light -" will give expr errors, nothing dangerous though. Secondly, the output on dynamic changes(with operators) might shift with 1-2% when mixed with regular changes. This is only what you see though, internally everything works fine, it will still write the correct values to the controllers.
Since version 0.3.5 the script has undergone huge internal changes (basically rewrote big parts of the script to make it more consistant and futuresafe, removed dependencies, gave a prettier output as well as more information etc)
Find any bugs? Have any feedback? Dont hesitate to reply
PS. I am aware that this might not be preferrable to most people (if xbacklight/other software they use works well), I just want to share my work with the community (especially since it is my first real bash script, also I get to practice AUR-packaging for upcoming c++-made-software!)
Last edited by Haikarainen (2012-10-01 17:50:18)

The script has been successfully ported to an ANSI C89-program!
Its commandline options is really different from lightscripts,  but internally it works the same way. I've also added functionality per requests I've gotten, I'll let the programs output speak for itself:
[email protected] ~/projects/light % ./light [20:07:53]
Usage: light [-qcas] <value>
-q: Run quiet, supresses output.
-c: Prints the current brightness in percent and exits.(Not precise)
-p: Prints the current brightness directly from controller and exits. (Precise)
-m: Prints the max brightness directly from controller and exits. (To be used side-by-side with -p)
-a: Add the value instead of setting it.
-s: Subtract the value instead of setting it.
<value> Brightness wanted in percent.
I'll package this under a different name tomorrow(since it's now a completely different product), stay tuned!

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