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Fixing the problem with the fan is trivial. If I simply copy the hwmon path to /sys/class/hwmon/hwmon1/device/pwm2 and run fancontrol again, it works. Fan control continues to work fine, but I’m going to leave it like this until someone figures out why copying the path fixes it. I’m going to assume it has to do with the pwm2 file being corrupted or wrognly mounted or something like that.

When I boot with no fans attached (which I normally do because I get 2 degrees of cooling) I get the default PWM lines from fancontrol, but the channel is correct. When I run fancontrol again, it automatically moves the fan into position again. I want to get it back to where I want it to be every boot, so I made a bash script which runs fancontrol when I start lighttpd and it is called at the end of init.d. To get the same default channel layout as if I run fancontrol manually, I need to add a few modifications to the fancontrol command (above what I already have):

We have to add --device=hwmon1/device/pwm2 to the hwmon portion of fancontrol… we can use the existing one in /sys/class/hwmon/hwmon1/device/pwm2, so we set it up like this:

I am going to put this in an .sh file in /etc/init.d/ so it can be called by any runlevel. I found a way to restrict who can use it in the README file, so I suggest you do the same so you don’t have to worry about your users messing around with it. The file goes in /etc/init.d. Give it a new name (, say) and try to run it – you may need to log out or reboot. You should see in the terminal that you can control the fans, but they should not start up.

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This will reload the configuration, which will ensure that you haven’t missed any fans that you care about. Note, however, that this will break your fann control until the fan modules that you’ve told fancontrol to control load the correct sensors. Since the sensors aren’t loaded until just before reboot, fancontrol will try to fix itself (effectively by restarting) after the reboot, but you’ll have to rerun the commands in the first paragraph to make it work properly.

Again, you’ll need to repeat these steps after you load the fan modules you want to control by running /etc/init.d/fancontrol restart, and it might be best to run this as soon as you load them. You’ll find an entry for /etc/init.d/fancontrol restart with these options in /etc/init.d/fancontrol. Fancontrol is a hard stop, so any errors in the configuration will keep fancontrol from ever starting. It won’t start over, but it won’t be affected by any other fann control updates you run. It won’t be restarted, so you’ll need to fix anything that’s broken before you run fancontrol again.

Since fancontrol is a bash script, it is very basic. You can add the values that you want by using echo or $(bash -c...). For custom curves, you can find these in fancontrol-custom.txt.

There are, of course, many other sensors that are capable of reading temperatures. If you’d like to see any, all you’ll have to do is modprobe w83795f and then run fancontrol. The command will download all the sensor information.

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What’s new in FanControl v124?

What's new in FanControl v124?

Cracked FanControl v124.0 adds support for fan controls on Fusion E7100, Fusion E7200, E7220. The lm_sensors/thinkfan driver now has support for fan controls. This driver has been improved to detect the fans for E7200 and E7220. You can read more about this in the ThinkWiki and Bug 78604 .

The irony is that the multisensors page has two examples which use the method I’m proposing. From

…the loopback loop is multisensor control. The four channels/sensors have two sensors: one set at 0 and one at a different temperature, and the “value” temperature is used to keep the fan on. It is the simplest and most efficient way to control multiple fans with one single temperature sensor. The idea of having multiple temperature sensors to control multiple fans at once is quite similar, in the sense that each fan can have a different temperature and you keep the fans on if that temperature is exceeded.

Yup. So far, I have not encountered this case where you are forced to drop out of one kernel and load another kernel before using the fan controls. I have encountered this bug where fancontrol will not work once loading an alternate kernel with fancontrol-pwm loaded into the new kernel. This seems related to the bug that applies when the hardware-based fan speed control is turned off. Not sure, though, if that is still something that can cause this. There is a new printout that is output on the console when trying to use fancontrol after the alternate kernel is loaded. It notes that *userspace* is active and *drivers for hwmon 0-3 are currently not active*. The whole thing is as follows:

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FanControl v124 System Requirements

FanControl v124 System Requirements

  • Linux kernel 3.7 or later
  • Javascript enabled in browser

FanControl v124 Features

FanControl v124 Features

  • Added in-depth analysis of CPU performance
  • Added adaptive control algorithm
  • Added Real-Time monitoring of Fan
  • Added instant fan PWM curve and Real-Time fan curve
  • Added Real-Time detection of fans
  • Added in-depth support of all CPU models & frequencies
  • Added Black and Red Logo support
  • Added support for Liner graph
  • Added PID control support and Modulize of logs
  • Added Fan RPM value

FanControl v124 Ultimate Serial Number

  • P4H8T-22LE5-RXWX5-MIY71-174IO-UYZK6
  • K383S-D473D-70FD8-Q4T46-36SC1-9CO2Q

FanControl v124 Lifetime Patch Key

  • DJKT2-I8U38-C89G7-0P2MY-2BEVN-T2JMF

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