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or try to find another way to detect when the hwmon path changes. A better approach, without doing that, is to replace all instances of
hwmon with the actual path to the hardware that fancontrol is controlling (e.g. /sys/class/hwmon/hwmonN), and add that path to the configuration file.
or to be even more secure, run fancontrol through a wrapper (it needs to be a script, not a binary), and ensure that script has an option (in the environment section of its config) to switch into a non-hwmon mode in which it simply runs the fancontrol binary. That way, it is safe to switch from one mode of operation to another without changing your actual hwmon paths.
Finally, going forward, fancontrol is part of the linux-fan package, so you no longer need to run it manually. That means it will work out of the box, and you should never have to worry about this problem ever again.
And just a reminder that because there is no GUI for fancontrol anymore, it’s no longer maintained. You should probably consider using pwm-sensors or zepto . Both have some more features like the ability to set different fan speeds at different percentages.
In my case, /dev/sda was working. and /sys/class/hwmon/ does not change. This means that fancontrol can configure the fans as per the hwmon symlinks if they exist, or configure the default fans.
If the CPU fans are not disabled, because a checkbox is not ticked. You may install the package fan-control-sensor-hddtemp. In this case, you need to check the checkboxes in /var/lib/fancontrol/fan-control-sensor-hddtemp.
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fancontrol utility can control both the GPU and CPU fan speed. It can also be configured to control the CPU fan speed individually instead of the global system fan speed. You can also control fan curve types that are available for the GPUs fans:
While FanControl can control the CPU fan individually, if you have more than one GPU installed, it will affect them all at the same time. This is the major problem with using FanControl with multiple GPUs. The fix for that can be a little ugly and I’m not completely sure if it works with all scenarios. The fact that FanControl wants to manage the GPU fans itself should be enough reason to not use it with multiple GPUs. You can control the GPU fans using the
I had to set the
sensors group to “auto” because I dont have any fans that aren’t controlled by their respective sensors. This also produces a deparsement of my sensors in the fancontrol error, but I’ll worry about that later. For now, it’s fixed.
FanControl has a ton of failure modes if something goes wrong – in which case you can
kill -9 it in a nano while the system is off – but, on my Ryzen system, my system was crashing when the hwmon didn’t work. It was crashing from time to time when I wanted to run the script – but, if I just ran the script without exiting any other applications, it worked.
I’m trying to control the fan speed for my Macbook (5,1), but when I tried to use fancontrol I wasn’t having much success. I filed a bug about this, but I had a better idea: implement an inotify inotify-like solution that checks the file changes, compares them against the pre-set values, and automatically restarts the service if they’re different. I’m currently working on this, and will post the result as soon as it’s done.
What’s new in FanControl v124?
No need to run Lm-sensors to know the fans RPMs, the fan speed is shown in the last line of the Hddtemp output, depending on the hard drive temperature. This script also takes care of all the fan configurations by adding/removing the conditions in the fan scripts, and re-run the Fancontrol in this version.
These are the install scripts for the fans installed in /Fancontrol/FanScripts/, /Fancontrol/FanScripts/Hddtemp/ and /Fancontrol/FanScripts/Lm-sensors/. You need to run each of them one by one to set the fan speed in the same way.
FanControl is an unofficial project which has been inspired by other projects, namely SMCFanControl and CoreTemp. It’s a fan controller application that is currently in GitHub that can control almost all fans that can be controlled by the laptop’s BIOS/UEFI and that are connected to your Mac. FanControl supports the following Mac laptop models […
FanControllers can now send pulse-width modulation (PWM) signals to multiple physical indirect fan pins simultaneously. For example, we can use the CPU and GPU fan to control the fan speed for the second fan. Also, fanControllers now support
COUNTER mode, which makes it easier to count the number of events you triggered. FanControllers also support a new command
PERCENTAGES for setting multiple fan speed values at the same time.
The default fan curve type in the new version is now Linear. On most systems, the fan speed, minimum fan speed, and maximum fan speed of a fan do not change with increasing temperature. They only change at a certain threshold temperature. You can choose the temperature thresholds for both fan speeds and minimum fan speed. We have made it possible to set the normal and minimum fan speeds for the GPU fan to be different. Note that this is a very dangerous thing to do if you have a very old GPU that has no thermal sensor and only a fan speed control. As such, the GPU fan speed cannot be controlled by fancontrol in this case!
FanControl v124 System Requirements
- Proprietary proprietary binary blobs or open source FOSS graphics and hardware
- Open source framework
- Support for AMD Ryzen CPUs
FanControl v124 Features
- Added the ability to manually set the FanControl-related pref, “ca_fanControl”, in the system’s prefs. It could control the current fan speed of your laptop or desktop based on sensor readings from the CPU fan.
- Added the “hotkey_ca_fanControl” key in BitBar to toggle the active “ca_fanControl” setting. The “ca_fanControl” setting has not been adjusted to take advantage of the hotkey features of FanControl. It was designed to prevent multiple hotkey settings for the same key from conflicting with one another.
- Added a checkbox to FanControl’s Preferences dialog to show BitBar’s autostart options: “AutoStartBitBar” “AutoStartFanControl”
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