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You might notice your GPU fan speed keep on fluctuating wildly for no apparent reason. That’s because fancyurve or CoreCtrl or whatever else is using its own fans for temperature detection and control and those programs are likely locking out fancontrol from adjusting those fans. To fix this, open
fancontrol‘s config file
/etc/fancontrol, and use that form to set the
IsCoreCtrl variables to false. Then you can fix the issue by either using the
fancontrol bash script or any other tool that can control individual fan speeds. You can also do this in a script. Make sure to escape special characters correctly.
See above. This applies to all the fancontrol versions. Using absolute file paths in fancontrol does not work by default, as its helper script
pwmconfig is programmed to only use the hwmon paths to get the files. The way it does this is that it detects whether the hwmon path that is provided in its configuration file
/etc/fancontrol did not change, and uses the variables
DEVPATH to determine such change. If your hwmon paths keep changing, this will prevent fancontrol from running no matter what you do. However, one can circumvent this problem. Open
/usr/bin/fancontrol, and comment out this part of the script:
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AnalogueRead(hwmon0/fan2_in) returns 2048 for all values higher than zero and 2048 for all values lower than zero. I had an idea to investigate the different in the readout between these two states. Could I set fans to some value other than 0.0000 and then make FanControl detect this and change the PWM signal accordingly?
[Download] smcFanControl 2.2.2 adds the following features/bugfixes: Offical support for every so far released Macbook, Macbook Pro, Macbook Air, mac mini included Fans of iMacs, MacPros are read out on first startup. For official support of iMac/MacPro in a future release please send me your ModelName and min/max speed for every fan. The fan to 
After loading each file, you can set the fan speeds by using the
fancontrol command. Like with setting any value, be sure to follow all the two line syntax!
FanControl could not properly handle the particular HT-6725 case, but I switched that one back to a HT-6715 to avoid the issues. With the HT-6715, the fan is now completely stable and controllable with the new protocol.
FanControl works, but it doesnt recognize that my fan is in free-run mode. When I take the fan out of free-run mode (which can be done with force-off on, or fanoff on ), it still records the Fan Speed as being at 100%. It also still records Fan Speed as being at 100% after resuming from suspend.
You have to configure fancontrol as root first. You can just run the commands without logging on as root. Then make sure you kill the root session by using ctrl alt backspace. I use synclient/halui so that I can use tab and shift-tab. Keep the alt key pressed down when you kill the root session, and you should have no problem rebooting/logging in as your normal user.
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[Download] S.M.A.R.T. fans via Hddtemp are not yet detected.
This feature is needed for this script to work properly.
FanControl > 1.1.0 works with S.M.A.R.T. > 0.9.23.
FanControl > 1.1.1 works with S.M.A.R.T. > 0.9.24.
This feature will get implemented in a future version.
The script now also runs under Mandriva.
FanControl is not included in the Mandriva repositories, as the package required is buggy.
If you can reproduce the bug report it to Fedora or Debian, it would be appreciated.
[link] Mandriva Bug reports
[link] Debian Bugs
Your comment is correct, hardware is not persistent, it is maintained by the kernel. A reboot should fix any problems. Your example doesn’t show any issue, so I had to create my own example to make sure that this issue was preventing FanControl from working for me.
I tried everything you suggested. I ran service fancontrol start, fancontrol stop, and ran pwmconfig again. I verified that I could get the fan to turn on or off via the terminal, and that has not changed at all. What happens when you run the following commands in the terminal, or when you try to run FanControl?
The service loads first, but not immediately. I had to start fancontrol and then lm_sensors to get my fan control working. Then, I had to stop and start the two services again, but I couldn’t get it to restart. I tried manually restarting them, but that didn’t help.
Start FANCONTROL as user (configure CONFIG_THERMAL_FANCONTROL ) and run it as root. The device name must be specified using the /dev/hwmon interface. The following example will list all fan status and other information, and will automatically set the fan speed to the value given in the next to last column in the example output:
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FanControl v124 Features
- Sysfs file paths can be used instead of file names
- In the configuration file, use
$sign for default setting
- Use style comment (
#) to hide away the list of sensitive information
- Add device
m1to support new
fan-control_custom.shscript to customize the default setting for
dont-show-off-lmsensors-messagesoption to turn off the noisy warnings
FanControl v124 System Requirements
- The following cards are supported:
- GeForce GTX 690
- GeForce GTX 680
- GeForce GT 640
- GeForce GT 650
- GeForce GT 650M
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