Good day to all of you. I recently installed EndevourOS on my Dell Chromebook 3180 that has MrChromebox firmware in it. And surprisingly working great on all aspects sound, keyboard and track pad. And most of all even though there is a limited storage capacity on this machine with just 16 Gb, I still have roughly 5 Gb left after installing other needed softwares like printing support unlike other OS which plays around 2 Gb or less after installation. Enough about that, the real reason I post is that this machine is equipped with Activity Light.
I manage to get it work using a script from a blog.
The only problem I have is I need to be root to access the device /dev/hidraw1 and not as a normal user. I am currently creating a graphical user interface to interact with the activity light.
The instruction provided from the blog is applicable using Devian/Ubuntu based only. I hope you all can help me.
If I violate any rules and posting guidelines please accept my apology, I didn’t mean to do any harm. Thank you and have a nice day.
Can you elaborate more on what the issue is? You said you managed to get the script to work. But I read the script, and the script uses /dev/hidraw0 (is it hidraw0 or hidraw1?). I assume you ran the script with sudo?
I’m still a bit unclear as to what the problem is.