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# evt.set_fan_up(0); # evt.set_fan_down(0); # evt.set_fan_speed(50); # fan speed is in RPM
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The Linux kernel automatically rotates fan speeds, so if you start to notice the fans are not spinning as fast as before, your fans have probably hit their maximum speed. To change it back, you can use the following commands:
Next, we will set up PWM by providing a config file. As mentioned earlier, all values should be replaced with sysfs paths, but, if you are using fancontrol, you should already have this path in your /etc/fancontrol/fan.conf and you should just need to remove the <<== BEGIN GPL>> tags. The PWM section should look like this:
Note that the <<== BEGIN GPL>> should be in place before DELTA_TIME_UNIT and ARRAY and ARRAY should be at the end of the file. If you are using the fancontrol configuration file, you can ignore the steps for the config file, but for the rest, you need to enter the below values for each fan you want to control with pwm. X and Xbar represent the beginning of each fan’s lifetime. Similarly, X2 and X2bar represent the ending of each fan’s lifetime.
FanControl allows you to create profiles to apply to every fan on your computer, including the CPU fan and GPU fan. You can choose the type of fan curve, such as linear, cosine, or new age, and also choose one of the preset RPM curves.
I figured I would test this out to see if I could get it to actually work on AMD’s Ryzen since it’s based on the Marvell 88F6281 chipset. The first thing I did was load the modules for that chipset and see if fancontrol would see them.
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#!/bin/bash [[ -e /sys/devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:01.2/0000:01:00.0/hwmon/acpitz-virtual-0/temp ]] && pwmconfig
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Let’s say, for the sake of argument, that it did not work. If it did not, you have two options at this point: first, as a last resort, temporarily just disable the hardware at boot by putting
acpi_backlight=0 in your kernel command line. This is bad, as it will cause the keyboard to light up on boot, but will pretty much disable the computer. Also keep in mind that if
it87 may also fail. If so, you’ll have to reboot. In that case, you could also try one of the alternative solutions below, although you really should try them in conjunction with the out-of-kernel modules, as they may cause the motherboard to behave unexpectedly.
Also make sure that corectl is correct and not giving you an incorrect result. You can do this by either using fancontrol to check for your hardware, or by forcing corectl to give you the hardware’s sensor. If corectl returns correct sensor values, then fancontrol may not be giving you the right values.
5) If the fan speeds are the same in fancontrol and corectl, but fancontrol does not report correct sensor/s values – any reason for this? Is fan control still running, and corectl not running?
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:
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Fancontrol will now ask you if it should be able to restart itself, and whether it’s required. I recommend “NO” here. You will need to manually restart fancontrol if you want to use the fancontrol/[email protected] and/or fancontrol/[email protected] config files.
If you are getting an error message “Error reading rate_list: No such file or directory”, then it is most likely that you did not run the /tmp/fancontrol-script-c1202c1d.1.sh script as root. Ensure that you are root when you execute it.
When all is said and done, you should now have fancontrol working properly. I only restarted it 3x and the last two times it worked by itself. If it doesn’t work properly immediately, then you can try one of the following solutions.
First, try removing fancontrol completely. Then, if it says that the config file is corrupted or that it can’t read the config file, then just use a bash script as suggested in the advanced section here:
In the case of my particular motherboard,
sensors-detect actually detects
it87, and the hwmon paths are set up just right to tell fancontrol where to find things, but fancontrol is still complaining that it can’t do anything (I think this is because it’s trying to run hwmon in a rootfs environment). However, if you run the script from root or as root, then it seems to work just fine, so you might just need to edit the script to start fancontrol as root, or just not run the script at all. Try doing that and let me know if that works. I would, but I don’t know enough about Linux to troubleshoot this problem properly.
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FanControl v124 System Requirements
- A working keyboard, mouse and video output
- A monitor and a laptop to run it on (you may need to install X if you want the gui)
What’s new in FanControl v124
- Minor bugfixes
- Ability to have minimum fan speed
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