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This question was asked How to make keyboard backlight Fn buttons work in Samsung Series 9? for which users having trouble getting samsung-laptop module loaded in order for F* hotkeys to work as expected.

A bounty was put on this question by Alix Axel about eight days ago; for which the seven day period as well as the grace period has now ended. There is no indication of bounty being awarded to any of the answers. Looking in helpcentre regarding bounties it says;

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Does this answer http://askubuntu.com/a/269889/102029 meet the criteria for being awarded half the bounty?