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This version of fancontrol can do automatic fan control, and is a big improvement over the previous version. The most important change is to use the new “PWM controlled fan” feature. Another important change is to use the sysfs interfaces instead of, or instead of, the tools provided by pm-utils. For instance, rather than running the “fancontrol -a” command, you can use the “fancontrol -a /sys/class/hwmon/hwmonX/pwm1_min” command.

There are also a few changes to support new hardware. In addition to the new X1xxx hardware, Intel PCHs use the same type of hardware as X1xxx (with one exception). Since the PCH is built with the same hardware as the X1xxx, any new fancontrol configuration will work with the same fan curve. (Assuming you installed the xf86-video-intel package and have the intel_pstate module loaded.)

fancontrol does not have the concept of “can only control this fan”… and fanctl does not have the concept of “we can only touch these sensors” which I think is an even bigger problem. It’s easy for any process to control or even manipulate any sensor it wants, and make it seem like it’s fanctl’s fault when the fanctl daemon doesn’t see it. It’s much, much worse than that. fanctl is the foundation of fan control. If fanctl doesn’t work, no other program will work. And since fanctl is the foundation of fan control, there’s no way for fanctl to warn you if anything else starts to use the fanctl daemons or has any way to be aware of any changes to the way the other fan control commands work. You’d think that those days are long gone. You’d be wrong.

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I have (as of writing) no idea why linux-lm-sensors isn’t willing to give it’s configuration files to fancontrol. Anyways, the way fancontrol works is it checks if there are any files in $DEVNAME/etc/$DEVPATH/pwm.conf. If the files are present, it reads them into variables and runs the pwmconfig script. If there are no files, it doesn’t do anything.

If the file(s) do not exist, it will overwrite the current values with whatever it has set up in its config file. Instead of going to great lengths to try and make fancontrol handle the error gracefully, I will just have it spit out an “X” where the values are if you try to run it after failing to load the files. This should not be catastrophic to the system or anything (should it?)

I fixed this by making fancontrol using a proper service file instead of just a bash script. This also put it on the to be sure it loads at boot. All the service does at this time is fork and exit. This also has the benefit of causing fancontrol to reload the config and give it the new values.

It must be a race condition between lm_sensors and fancontrol at some time. It seems to happen more likely when fan speed requests are made that take more than 1/50th of a second to complete. At that point, the lm_sensor calls dev_readi8 on hwmon, when the dev_readi8 on pwmconfig finishes, it tries to read from it and fails, of course.

To fix it, open the fancontrol package, take a look at the file /usr/share/common-laptops/files/fancontrol.conf, in the event_default_config field, edit that and add hwmon.path and /etc/hwmon to the list. This will allow fancontrol to load the hwmon module before lm_sensors.

What’s new in FanControl v124?

What's new in FanControl v124?

This is a simple script to automate fan control for me using hddtemp and Fancontrol. (also, it works on a SKY atom) it uses the system hwmon to control each fan, so when hwmon loads fan control will be executed and fan control will be initiated. For me, this has been especially useful because I have 4 fans. 3 are easy to set up (but they actually need to be set up) the 4th fan has more problematic timing and I do not use it very often. The 4th fan is a little more involved:

 #! /bin/bash case "$1" in 'ping' ) netdev=eth0; shift; ;; 'all' | 'lm-sensors') + sed -i s'''.* lm_sensors.*''g' /etc/default/lm_sensors + sed -i s'''.* hddtemp.*''g' /etc/default/lm_sensors + sed -i s'''.* fancontrol.*''g' /etc/default/fancontrol + sed -i s'''.* faxtemp.*''g' /etc/default/fancontrol + sed -i s'''.* idletemp.*''g' /etc/default/fancontrol + sed -i s'''.* power_save.*''g' /etc/default/fancontrol + ;; '') usage; esac ;; esac # Set hwmon fan speeds according to lm-sensors. + sed -i s'''.* lm_sensors.*''g' /etc/default/lm_sensors + hddtemp=/sys/class/dmi/id/sda* + while read -r hd; do + if grep -q 'temp1:' ${hd} + then + f=${hd}/temp1 + echo "$f,${f%%+*}" + fi + if grep -q 'temp2:' ${hd} + then + f=${hd}/temp2 + echo "$f,${f%%+*}" + fi + done + exec /usr/sbin/ + ;; 'ping' ) + FANCONTROL=/dev/sda + FANCONTROL_PATH=FANCONTROL+"${FANCONTROL_PATH%.*}"+"${FANCONTROL_PATH##*.}"+'/'+"${FANCONTROL_PATH%%+*}"+"${FANCONTROL_PATH%+*}" + echo "Starting fan control" + cat /dev/null > "${FANCONTROL_PATH}/fancontrol.

Edit /etc/default/fancontrol-sensors, change its value from 0 to 1. Do this even if you don't have a GPU (or any other HWmon) installed. To start Hddtemp, type sudo /sbin/fancontrol-sensors-update. If it asks if you want to shutdown your Mac, you may want to (or you may not). Then reboot your Mac.

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FanControl v124 System Requirements

FanControl v124 System Requirements

  • Fancontrol v124 requires a CPU with SSE2 support.
  • Fancontrol v124 requires a working Internet connection.
  • Fancontrol v124 works fine with Linux kernel 4.6.1 and later.

FanControl v124 Features

FanControl v124 Features

  • Fan Speed Settings
  • Fan RPM and Temperature
  • Fan Curve
  • 4 Fans
  • Single Dynamic Mode to Control from CPU-Backing Software
  • 7 Point Oversized Fan Curve

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