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I suggest you open
/etc/fancontrol/lm_sensors and see if there is anything in there. There is a list of all the modules and a list of all the fan options. If it is empty, go to the next step. If the file exists, look at
/etc/sensors.conf to check if the modules are loaded in correctly. If either of those files doesnt exist, run
sensors-detect and make sure you know what your fans are called.
For the example in the guide, lets say you have a hard drive and its name is
sda. I would suggest that you change the hard drive path to
/dev/sda. In this example,
/Fancontrol/Hddtemp will be a file that you download into your home directory. If you set the hard drive path to
/dev/sda and restart fancontrol, it should give you a proper output file.
If a file named “fancontrol.conf” exists at “/etc/fancontrol” and has an empty file named “temp_min” or “temp_max”, then the script will not change the fan speed. This is what happens after the patch from grmat is applied.
Setting temperature does not appear to have any effect on fan speed, likely because fancontrol is configured to use a fixed offset (K). Searching for a better way to calculate this offset on RHEL 11, I decided to add a feature to fancontrol.service which reads the following script and uses some command line parsing to add this to the configuration.
When CoreCtrl writes to the GPU fan hwmon.bin file for software fan control, it also writes to the GPU fan hwmon.txt file with some information for fancontrol, e.g. I-VTEM temperature, fan speed and any other information fancontrol may want to capture. By default, fancontrol is configured to monitor these files using
/dev/hwmon2 pseudo-devices. If fancontrol detects a change in these files, it will execute the fan speed control script. It also does this by default when it’s configured to monitor the GPU’s temperature and detects changes.
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If fan control works correctly, there is only one problem. Remi’s recommendation was helpful and I managed to make FanControl and the microfan work together, and see current temperature. It also has support for two extra fans. The only problem is that the fans don’t seem to be detected properly. The forum thread contains a log that seems to indicate that they are still not detected when two microfans are installed and FanControl is called. This means that the /proc/acpi/fan/ files are simply empty.
Attempting to restart fancontrol with either a reboot or a load/unload with a live kernel (built with module_install) does not appear to work. As far as I can tell the modules are all loaded fine.
FanControl is an easy-to-use application that even novice users can easily navigate within the application. However, its installation can be a little tricky. Remi also has video instructions for the setup process.
Using a digital voltmeter and a multimeter, I found that the PWM signal sent to the fan and the PWM output from the fan were about 5%. The fan eventually turns on, then off again. The fan doesn’t seem to turn on. Attempting to start fancontrol with the fan on does nothing. Attempting to kill the fan and then starting fan control at the terminal does not work either.
The applications user interface is very clean, and icons are not clustered with each other. FanControl is an easy-to-use application that even novice users can easily navigate within the application. However, its installation can be a little tricky. Remi also has video instructions for the setup process.
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What is FanControl v124?
FanControl installed and after rebooting i can choose to set fan_speed_mode to auto or manual. Doing this makes the fan control completely reset to default and i can’t control the fan speed manually as well (but the fan will always be on).
The following code checks whether the file /dev/sda was opened successfully. If not, it takes a message and exits. If so, it reads the hard disk temperature from /dev/sda and generates /Fancontrol/Hddtemp file as the output (measured by hddtemp). Then it starts monitoring the speed of the fan according to /Fancontrol/Hddtemp file (measured by lm-sensors). The code then sets the speed of the fan in /sys/devices/platform/asus-nb-wmi/hwmon/hwmon1/pwm2 file. Finally, it saves the changes to /etc/fancontrol file.
cd ~ && (if [ -f /dev/sda ] ; then && echo "Stream reading file /dev/sda successfully. Now writing to Fancontrol" && echo "Reading temperature from /dev/sda" && hddtemp && echo "Now writing to /Fancontrol/Hddtemp" && touch /Fancontrol/Hddtemp && lm-sensors && echo "Writing to /sys/devices/platform/asus-nb-wmi/hwmon/hwmon1/pwm2" && mv /sys/devices/platform/asus-nb-wmi/hwmon/hwmon1/pwm2 /sys/devices/platform/asus-nb-wmi/hwmon/hwmon1/pwm2_orig && echo "Writing to /etc/fancontrol" else && echo "Failed to open /dev/sda" && exit 1 fi)
Finally, I set up the sample files to the desired speed and temperature. You can always change the speed and the target temperature in the sample file
/sys/devices/platform/asus-nb-wmi/hwmon/hwmon1/pwm2. Set the speed as below:
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FanControl v124 System Requirements
- GNOME-Platform-Name: Generic linux desktop, generic linux mobile, Generic linux x86_64, GNOME Linux Tablet, GNU/Linux-Buttonset, GNOME Linux netbook, GNU/Linux Notebook, GENERIC linux, linux-GNOME
- D-Bus: Must be enabled and running. Testers need to run the d-bus-send and d-bus-request commands from command-line. This will use d-bus as a default event bus.
- HAve write access to the device. You may also need to configure access controls on the device. Read the manual pages for fstab and udevadm to understand this. Note: many devices do not support the uaccess option in fstab. For example, the ftp-conf files are not editable.
- Have a working version of the udev configuration tool, which includes the umount command.
What’s new in FanControl v124
- New fan speed control algorithm:
- By default, the value is between 85% and 105%
- This value is calculated based on the current status of fans.
- When fan speed is not controlled, the value is the same as the pre-set value
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