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Adjust brightness from Terminal
Authored by: aGr[j5(6WU on Oct 01, '12 05:10:30PM
Does this work on Mountain Lion? I've just downloaded it, unzipped and run it and get the following:
dyld: Symbol not found: _OBJC_CLASS_$_O3Manager
  Referenced from: /Users/<username>/Downloads/brightness
  Expected in: /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/DisplayServices.framework/Versions/A/DisplayServices
 in /Users/<username>/Downloads/brightness
Trace/BPT trap: 5
Mountain Lion 10.8.2 on a MacBook Pro

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Adjust brightness from Terminal
Authored by: spencermefford on Jun 08, '13 11:03:58AM

You'll need to recompile it to work on Mountain Lion, but it's really easy. First, grab the source from http://dev.sabi.net/svn/dev/trunk/LocationDo/brightness.c and save it somewhere on your computer. Pop open terminal and run the following command from the same directory as brightness.c:

gcc -std=c99 -o brightness brightness.c -framework IOKit -framework ApplicationServices

You must have XCode installed to run this, and it worked like a charm for me. Move to /usr/local/bin and make sure it has the correct permissions. Hope this is helpful.



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