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Okay, here we go. I found this link after hours of searching, and it did almost work for me. I have changed the instructions a bit so that anyone should be able to install this software.
Please be sure that you have updated your system entirely.
Changing the identity might be required in order to use the clevo-xsm-wmi application.
Set default colour
Set default brightness
Download the clevo-xsm-wmi repository from TUXEDO Computers (thank you guys).
Once the repository finished downloading, extract the package, rename the package to ‘rgbcontrol‘ (without quotes) and go into the folder rgbcontrol/module. There is a file listed here, it’s called ‘clevo-xsm-wmi.c‘. Open it with a text editor and find;
– Your laptop model. If you don’t know your laptop model, open a Terminal window (CTRL+ALT+T) and execute:
Scroll all the way up and your laptop model (product name) is mentioned there.
Is your laptop model not in the list? Then replace one by your laptop model! Replace:
– ‘Clevo P95_HP’, if you have RGB keyboard only without bar light at the front of the laptop.
– ‘Clevo P870DM’, if you have RGB keyboard with bar light at the front of the laptop.
, by your laptop model product name.
Open a Terminal window again (CTRL+ALT+T), execute the following code.
The clevo-xsm-wmi application is installed now. Let's set a default colour! This default color is set on startup. You can choose 'white white white', for example. Other colors you can set: green, red, blue, yellow, magenta, cyan. You can also set the keyboard brightness. Just select your preference on the left side of this page and copy-paste the code below!