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  • Apple M1/M2 Keyboard Backlight Support Set For The Linux 6.4 Kernel

    Phoronix: Apple M1/M2 Keyboard Backlight Support Set For The Linux 6.4 Kernel

    In addition to Linux 6.4 bringing some early work around the Apple M2 device support that isn't yet ready for end-users but begins laying the foundation for supporting the new MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, and Mac Mini, another set of Apple changes have now been submitted ahead of this next kernel cycle...

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    Janne Grunau also mentioned Sashas POC of the touchbar support https://social.treehouse.systems/@ja...03289175541411 . She says, that window managers still have a long road to go.

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      Originally posted by heredoc View Post
      Janne Grunau also mentioned Sashas POC of the touchbar support https://social.treehouse.systems/@ja...03289175541411 . She says, that window managers still have a long road to go.
      More interestingly the keyboard doesn't actually work, and they call out "reporting" as well.

      From https://social.treehouse.systems/@janne/110214054701283528 :

      lol. Reporting on the pull request for the apple silicon laptop keyboard backlight driver/dt without mentioning that the keyboards are not supported.
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