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I suspect that the issue is that the after events didn’t work with the original fan control system. However, I can’t see how
fancontrol was able to be before the sensors if nothing was defined. Unless I’m looking in the wrong place I can’t figure out how to do that. This leads me to believe that fan control is already configured correctly, which is odd because the article mentions a prompt in config.txt. I’m running the latest version, so maybe this prompt is gone in newer versions.
Optionally, you could run
fancontrol-restart in a terminal, and confirm that the changes you made were saved. If you did this and it didn’t work, it’s a possibility that the service still has the old tempfile.conf in its configuration directory (where it creates this file when it first runs). That’s why I recommend doing a rebuild after you modify the service’s configuration.
So I went back to the old tempfile.conf that fancontrol created when I started it. I removed the changes and restarted it, and it reset all my values back to defaults, so I really did install the old tempfile.conf and forgot to change it back when I tested fancontrol again.
CoreCtrl v0.7 will not start up if it detects fancontrol v0.71 installed. So CoreCtrl will not use its capability to control fan speed on the GPU, and fancontrol will panic and die.
The way this should work is that fancontrol should be installed when CoreCtrl starts. If CoreCtrl is installed before fancontrol, it should fail to start. There’s a race here, though, so this is a bug. I’ve fixed this in the latest version of CoreCtrl (v0.7.1), but only if CoreCtrl has fancontrol installed beforehand. It doesn’t work if you install CoreCtrl first and fancontrol later.
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If you have a model that works with both fancontrol and lm_sensors, this won’t be an issue. Otherwise, if you notice that this is an issue when you start up and/or resume, just see what happens with this script in a debug mode. You can copy it as many times as you want and it will just loop spinning up your fans. Use your favorite editor to start editing the script.
The idea of this script is to spin up fancontrol and allow it to do it’s thing. It will not tell fan control to go to sleep until the GPU has been active for 5 seconds and has started to spin down. This is to prevent some ridiculous errors if the fan goes to sleep before a fan controller completes it’s task.
I started with an
autogen config, but when I couldn’t start
fancontrol did a few things – removed all references to
pwm2 because all I have is a single cpu fan I’m trying to control… and I added the value behind
hwmon1 (in italics) myself because there was nothing there before. Even if I accept the values when running fan control I get
The pwm-fancontrol is a bash script designed to work with Intel NICs. We need a module to load to monitor the Intel NIC. Please check if you have a module
it87 loaded. If not, you should add the
it87 module to the /etc/modules to load at boot and then restart your machine.
First of all, there are two things we need to consider before our fancontrol starts working: setting the
soeliminate option to 1 or 0 in the
/etc/fancontrol file and reloading the module. Second, a zero or non-zero
/sys/class/power_supply/BAT0/capacity_limit parameter. When set to 0, the system will not go into deep sleep by itself, which explains why you see the fan on at all times. On the other hand, when set to 1, the system should never enter into deep sleep.
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There was a recent discussion about users closing fans with fancontrol. I am also experiencing this problem, and it doesn’t seem related to either it’s service/daemon stopping or starting. I would venture to say that this is because of a bug in the
fan* scripts. This would mean that it would be best if you remove fancontrol from your startup items. It is still possible that this bug will go away and fancontrol will work once again.
Using absolute file paths in fancontrol does not work by default, as its helper script
pwmconfig is programmed to only use the hwmon paths to get the files. The way it does this is that it detects whether the hwmon path that is provided in its configuration file
/etc/fancontrol did not change, and uses the variables
DEVPATH to determine such change. If your hwmon paths keep changing, this will prevent fancontrol from running no matter what you do. However, one can circumvent this problem. Open
/usr/bin/fancontrol, and comment out this part of the script:
While preparing the fix, since I didn’t have hardware compatible with fancontrol, I used a similar service (rsync) and the same script in /lib/systemd/
Use the one supported by Hddtemp, which will display the temperature rather than S.M.A.R.T. not available.
Replace /dev/sda with the correct one in the script if necessary.
If you have not yet configured Fancontrol, see this page , this page , and this page and run the following commands one by one (restart Linux after running the first one):
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