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This part of the service can be disabled with /etc/fancontrol/shutdown, which is set to “
true” by default. From now on, the fan will be disabled when the system is shut down, not when logging out. After that, you need to use either a Bash script, or a traditional control GUI, to start your fan. Note that your fans will remain in the control of fancontrol until this service is disabled!
In previous versions, we also had a /etc/fancontrol/loadpoweron startup event. This is no longer present. This is most likely a remnant from the sni module, which was a legacy module that fancontrol relied on.
This is the end of the script, so you can add your own shutdown event for fancontrol. I have added a
halt event, which sounds reasonable, right? Well, nothing in the world stops you from doing weird stuff, so I’m using
tput bel to send an alert. If you do add something different, be sure to escape the newline and split the string.
You can see that fancontrol makes no sense if this service isn’t started. The service restarts with
chkconfig fancontrol reload. Remember to add this service to /etc/rc.local when you’re done. Fancontrol does not run automatically on boot. You still need to do this manually, because it’s fairly strange.
I’m not going to repeat what I said earlier in the post. But, if you do have a BIOS setting that requires you to enable fancontrol, then this service is perfect. Now you can fine-tune your fan speeds.
This article was written for the Asus N550JV. If you own a different system, you’ll have to investigate your motherboard if fancontrol is present. This article specifically describes the N550JV, so you can narrow your search down to that device, as well as the rest of the Asus devices.
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To fix this, you can try removing the paths from the
/etc/conf.d/fancontrol file and simply use
hwmon paths instead of
/sys/class/hwmon paths. If you do so, you must rename this file to
fancontrol.conf and update the configuration file. The old file can be removed.
You can also set the
checkpath variable to
/usr/lib/fancontrol and list the path to
/usr/lib/fancontrol/hwmon, which is the normal usage of
/sys/class/hwmon. This should keep your paths in the same place. If it does not, then you might need to reboot your computer.
So what we need to do is assign the values that we have in values.txt to all the places in this setup file which are lined out in bold. Then restart the service (as per this answer). I also recommend to double check the file in /etc/sysconfig/fancontrol for validity.
Active control allows to control fans speed based on signals coming from sensors located on a motherboard. With AC mode fancontrol detects temperatures and speeds up or slows down fans depending on the temperature levels.
Passive control is a feature for fan control used to set proper rpm speed for a fan. With this feature, fancontrol controls fans based on the speed of motherboard fan header and properties of fans. However, the benefits of using passive control are limited due to the fact that RPM speed settings are sometimes not very efficient. In case you need to control the fan speed based on different scenarios active control is recommended.
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FanControl v124 Description
Fancontrol is a commandline utility to control fan speed of a system. It makes use of lm-sensors and the fanotify(7) module to control the speed of fans based on temperature. To install Fancontrol, follow the instructions below. It is a commandline utility that is not installed by default on your system. If you would like to install it, then you should use your package manager. It is recommended to have Fancontrol installed with the latest lm-sensors package on your system.
2. Edit the Configuration file. If you are installing it with apt-get, then you should create the configuration file in /etc/default/fancontrol. If you are installing it manually, create the config file in /etc/fancontrol.conf
3. Run Fancontrol. After you start it, you will see that the fans are controlled. If the fans are all off, then they will turn on automatically after some time according to your preferences. If you want, you can see the speed of the fan in the configuration file.
The following is an example configuration file for
fancontrol. I am using it as a way of accomplishing manual fancontrol with fan speeds ranging from
0 (off) to
100 (full speed). Note that my temperatures are all within an allowable temperature range. If yours are outside that range, then your mileage may vary from my results.
# # USE OPTION INCLUDE="" IF YOU WANT TO USE YOUR OWN DEVICE NAMES # # # NOTE: I have chosen to run fancontrol on a secondary CPU # so that my main system will not reboot when I issue the script. # If you want to run fancontrol on the main CPU, then remove this # or use the service command below to manually start it (also, make # sure that
mdadmis not running).
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FanControl v124 System Requirements
- amdgpu-fancontrol by grmat provides a Linux kernel module compatible with the following rootfs distributions:
What's new in FanControl v124
- Support for the TOSHIBA MK78XX series fans.
- More robust fan value setting via sysfs interface.
- Additional fan zone setting for system fans.
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