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Then I decided to completely remove fancontrol as a user and try fancontrol from source. As far as I can tell fancontrol depends on a few files, so I’ll assume the package was not installed correctly. I compiled the binaries myself and installed them in /usr/sbin/.

The cool thing about fancontrol is that it has an auto-execution feature built in. That is, you can set the options in fancontrol.conf and simply run fancontrol --start to automatically execute them. When done, simply run fancontrol --stop. You can play around with this feature to automate your fan control without human interaction.

Run fancontrol --help to see all the available options. There are many --file=... options which you can pass to fancontrol, but here are a few things you need to avoid:

I highly recommend either you or your sysadmin to use the fancontrol-website script with fancontrol-submit, which will generate the fancontrol.conf config file and automatically configure all the defaults. You can copy this config file to your local /etc/fancontrol.conf file, if you like.

Alternatively, you can use the fancontrol-website script with fancontrol-submit to also generate the fancontrol.conf config file and then configure the few options in your fancontrol.conf file. You can use your local config file.

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/etc/init.d/fancontrol stop; cp /path/to/file /etc/fancontrol 

What’s new in FanControl v124?

Now we need to restart the service. We need to change permissions to make the configuration files executable:

Thanks for the suggestion, but I have 2 sensors on my motherboard, and I don’t want the motherboard fans running. In fact they will NOT run without fancontrol and lm-sensors installed and working. I don’t want the motherboard fans running even though they are the main fans.

Couple things have come out since I last posted, lol. First is that fancontrol appears to work correctly as long as it is run via a shell script. Secondly, the’setinterval’ worked after I called pwmconfig. This is a step in the right direction, but I need to figure out a better way to set it according to the temperature of the fan. Also, I need to discover what variables pwmconfig is setting correctly and then somehow get fancontrol to use them instead of what it defaults to, as the default is to use the systemd defaults

The guys at FanControl have done great and made a great program, but it seems that one cannot have two pwm control the same fan. I found a fix for this problem, by editing /etc/conf.d/lm_sensors, and comment out the following lines:
SENSORS_CONF_L=sensor0_pwm_control SENSORS_CONF_N=sensor0_fan_control SENSORS_CONF_M=sensor0_temperature_control #SENSORS_CONF_F=sensor0_fan_control #SENSORS_CONF_P=sensor0_pwm_control

Its fairly simple to do, and I’d recommend doing it. I’ve pasted the solution below. Please note this will not allow you to use the built in fancontrol check by pressing alt+f2, search for fancontrol and see the checkbox next to fan control, and press enter, but it works great. If you do not do this, or if you are using the (more sane) alt+f2 to launch fancontrol, then it will not detect that there is an issue in your configuration and give you the checkbox that might tempt you to press it to fix the problem.

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fancontrol uses a daemon, fanotify, to watch for events and then call the proper program to control the fan. For example, a hwmon fan turns on when the kernel loads the hwmon driver. Likewise, a pwm fan can be controlled by software or hardware. This fanotify daemon will watch hwmon, pwm, etc, and start/stop services accordingly. This is one of the very best features of fancontrol.

However, fanotify is designed to watch and control hwmon, so fancontrol can control hwmon fans regardless of what module is being used, but it will still watch and control the hwmon fan. This means fancontrol will only check if the hwmon fan is on or off. If the driver is not detected, fancontrol will simply never check the fan.

The answer seems to be that fancontrol is seeking a hwmon file at a path that is not defined in the fan control file. When the hwmon file is to be obtained, the fancontrol helper script makes sure that the hwmon directory has a directory named after the DEVNAME. In other words, it’s failing when it comes to /sys/class/hwmon and trying to parse a path of /sys/class/hwmon/bus_id, but it is looking in /sys/class/hwmon and finding a directory with the name of the DEVNAME. So, you’d have to have your hwmon directory named something like /sys/class/hwmon/vidid and then from the fancontrol configuration file add something like this to your /etc/fancontrol file:

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FanControl v124 System Requirements

FanControl v124 System Requirements

  • bash (3.2) with extended globbing
  • agetty or similar, to change the console modes
  • getty is invoked via the script itself
  • getty supports setting the root shell via a call like getty -S vt102 -t vt102 /dev/console

FanControl v124 Features

FanControl v124 Features

  • Load before lm-sensors or set through sysfs
  • Show connected sensors
  • Fan-related attributes
  • Fan pitch control – FAN_PITCH_HIGH, FAN_PITCH_LOW
  • Can control “turn on” temperature for 6 “types” of fans: CPU, GPU, Power, Motherboard, Storage, everything else.

FanControl v124 Pro Version Lifetime Number

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