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If, in the /etc/fancontrol file, you have a path like /sys/class/hwmon/hwmonX/fan1/speed, where X is the number of the fan you’re trying to control, and you have fancontrol use that path, it will control the other fans by using the numbers of those other fans if there are other fans of the same model under the same /sys/class/hwmon/ directory. Having other fans of the same model, however, under /sys/class/hwmon/ does not affect fancontrol. This is how I did it:

If you set the fan to on via fancontrol but the fan just sits at 0, this would not be a problem. It’d be a problem if fancontrol was trying to control the fan, but it could not do that because of a lock. If that lock is removed, fancontrol will try to control the fan, and it will have more success doing that than with the fan on. The reason fancontrol is doing that is because the fan is not on, and fancontrol wants the fans to spin up. Because the lock is still in place, fancontrol cannot spin the fan up, and it is not spinning it up because the lock is in place. If you turn the fan on via fancontrol, make sure that a) the lock is removed, and b) the fan is already on. Try the fancontrol 2.2.2 installer Link .

sysctl kern.x2apic has to be set to 0. I’m 99.9% sure that fancontrol will not run on a system that is set to 1. If you set it to 1 fancontrol will die. The one time I set this to 1 in the past and fancontrol worked is that I had the fan in my case set to run and the system was quite warm.

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V124 made a change to the GPU fan control, so you will now need the package fancontrol-asus-nvidia. This is not a change in our intention, and is not intended to be a bug, but a case of lm-sensors misbehaving. By default, lm-sensorshwmon[1] will attempt to read the GPU temperature, and will return no temperature if the GPU doesn’t have a temperature sensor. This causes the fan control to not work properly for the GPU fan (since it will only read from the temp).

I think that I found the culprit as to why my fancontrol service wasn’t starting automatically in Kubuntu 19.04. It seems to be that the fanpower_script runs and powers down the fans, but it does not set the fact that it did so. I suppose that the fan isn’t ready to be powered by fancontrol during that time. I’ll have to dig into that deeper.

It looks like there is a fancontrol.service file, which is the correct thing. It is used in the task instead of fanpower_script which I thought should be last, causing it to run after lm_sensors. This is surprising. I think we should check and see if we can fix it. I’ll update the service.

Many users were noticing that the fan to not be in control in Mac OS X, this was due to the fact that procmon was causing fancontrol to change. When you install fancontrol for the first time, you will notice that it states (in red) that it cannot detect fans, even though you should be able to after downloading. This is what causes fancontrol to, unknowingly, change the fans. The solution is to uncheck this box in /etc/conf.d/lm_sensors. If you are having trouble with your fans or need help determining the PWM device for your fans, you may use this page .

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After a long day of modprobe | grep (… | read) | grep fan, I got it working. So I fired up fancontrol and was greeted with FAILED. I then proceeded to read the output of syslog in /var/log/syslog and found the following:

lm_sensors: load the hwmon module for yourself! 1348112536.349: hwmon0: Reading all sensors

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This means that I need to load hwmon by myself. While normally this can be done by just passing the module arguments to modprobe, its not currently the case for my Macbook. The fix to this is simple, just add hwmon to the end of the file mentioned in the syslog message, so this becomes:


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Please verify that your module was loaded by seeing if you can find a /sys/class/hwmon/*/

To tackle this problem, we have decided to rewrite the script and introduce a new system into fancontrol. The solution is to require absolute paths in the config file. This will make the above attack surface disappear. This also has another side benefit of being able to use fancontrol with hwmon files in multi-partitions. All it needs to do is to have a “ro” mount type and fancycontrol will find the files, regardless of where they reside. There are options for devpath, devfs, and ro to make fancontrol read anywhere that the kernel knows about.

With absolute paths in mind, fancontrol became the most reliable and reliable tool out there. In the end, it is still a userspace script so there is always a slight chance that it could, again, do something unexpected. We are always open to contribution from all of you to keep fancontrol absolutely rock solid. Thank you!

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FanControl v124 Features

FanControl v124 Features

  • Fan control can disable a single fan. To achieve this, you should set FanState=0 in the fan to be controlled.
    We have also added “NoiseOff=1” so that you can turn off the fan while the laptop is running. Please notice that this feature is not currently included in any kernel version, it can only be enabled by compiling kernel of your own.

  • It is possible to define sensitivity to both FanState=0 and FanState=1.

  • It is now possible to control the speed of all fans. The FanTarget parameter is the desired speed, and FanTargetLow and FanTargetHigh specify two temperature ranges to control. You can also define the fan to stop if the temperature falls in the two ranges.

FanControl v124 System Requirements

FanControl v124 System Requirements

  • win7, win8, win8.1, win10
  • .NET Framework 4.5.1 or higher
  • PNG image support
  • All other graphic controls should work fine as well

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