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CONFIG_LEDS_CLEVO_MAIL: Mail LED on Clevo notebook

General informations

The Linux kernel configuration item CONFIG_LEDS_CLEVO_MAIL has multiple definitions:

Mail LED on Clevo notebook (EXPERIMENTAL) found in drivers/leds/Kconfig

The configuration item CONFIG_LEDS_CLEVO_MAIL:

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This driver makes the mail LED accessible from userspace programs through the leds subsystem. This LED have three known mode: off, blink at 0.5Hz and blink at 1Hz.

The driver supports two kinds of interface: using ledtrig-timer or through /sys/class/leds/clevo::mail/brightness. As this LED cannot change it's brightness it blinks instead. The brightness value 0 means off, 1..127 means blink at 0.5Hz and 128..255 means blink at 1Hz.

This module can drive the mail LED for the following notebooks:

Clevo D400P Clevo D410J Clevo D410V Clevo D400V/D470V (not tested, but might work) Clevo M540N Clevo M5x0N (not tested, but might work) Positivo Mobile (Clevo M5x0V)

If your model is not listed here you can try the "nodetect" module paramter.

To compile this driver as a module, choose M here: the module will be called leds-clevo-mail.

Mail LED on Clevo notebook found in drivers/leds/Kconfig

The configuration item CONFIG_LEDS_CLEVO_MAIL:

Help text

This driver makes the mail LED accessible from userspace programs through the leds subsystem. This LED have three known mode: off, blink at 0.5Hz and blink at 1Hz.

The driver supports two kinds of interface: using ledtrig-timer or through /sys/class/leds/clevo::mail/brightness. As this LED cannot change it's brightness it blinks instead. The brightness value 0 means off, 1..127 means blink at 0.5Hz and 128..255 means blink at 1Hz.

This module can drive the mail LED for the following notebooks:

Clevo D400P Clevo D410J Clevo D410V Clevo D400V/D470V (not tested, but might work) Clevo M540N Clevo M5x0N (not tested, but might work) Positivo Mobile (Clevo M5x0V)

If your model is not listed here you can try the "nodetect" module parameter.

To compile this driver as a module, choose M here: the module will be called leds-clevo-mail.

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