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This version of fancontrol works with the following supported hardware:

  • AMD K10/ICH8 chipset family
  • AMD P4+ Pentium 4+ family
  • AMD Amd64+ family (with kernel module it87)
  • IBM PowerPC family
  • SGI Indy series family, supported by exheril
  • Intel 965-based motherboards
  • Intel 975-based motherboards (with kernel module ndis)
$ curl -o /usr/local/bin/

What is FanControl v124?

This version is also part of the Open Embedded Talk:FanControl_v124 .

The acpi sensors are working after installing the packages above. Now I would like to set up fan control with fancontrol using the above sensors (I am using hwmon). It is also interesting to observe that at the moment hwmon will set up the fans to 80% of maximum speed (no PWM, it uses steps of 5 for the PWM duty cycle in fact).

I found that line 3 in /etc/conf.d/lm_sensors is a bit buggy. If there is only one sensor on that device, it sets ${} instead of the first sensor’s name. Furthermore, if there are more than one sensors it will just use a random one. That makes it hard to use amdgpu-fancontrol. I suppose I will have to solve that next.

After adding the modules, I created the fan service in /etc/init.d/ and called it amdgpu-fancontrol. It runs the same script as I posted earlier, just adjusting 1 line to reflect the module names.

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If you are not running Ubuntu and you are not using the bash script, then the rpm and tachfan PPA’s are probably the best choice. They are easy to install and use. The release version is 3.0.7 and there are instructions on the ppa at . Follow the directions on how to add the ppa’s, which include directions on adding the keys. Then edit the /etc/apt/sources.list file in your favorite editor (vim, gedit, etc.). Add the following lines to the file:

The bash script amdgpu-fancontrol by grmat offers a fully automatic fan control by using the described sysfs hwmon functionality. It also allows to comfortably adjust the fancurve’s temperature/PWM cycles assignments and a hysteresis by offering abstracted configuration fields at the top of the script.

If you already had BitBar installed, FanControl’s plugin file was installed in your existing BitBar’s plugin folder and, if BitBar was not located in the Applications folder, then you should trash the newly installed (and unused) BitBar folder in the Applications folder.

This seems to be a fairly bug or unsolvable due to hardware. Feel free to work on the issue, but in the mean time, if someone wants to take the blame, lemme know! In every case where I am willing to investigate, there was something in the kernel code or userland that caused the failure. I suspect that this is about to be the same. If you need to force it to take the blame, you can always use the package names for fancontrol for easy detection.

[Download] smcFanControl 2.0.5 adds the following features/bugfixes:

  • Successful install on Linux Mint 17 and Mac OS 10.10
  • After installing rpm package, fans are controled by smcFanControl. Works great after every boot.
  • Support for Intel Corporation Device 661a
  • Support for fan-pwm
  • Suppport of fan states

What’s new in FanControl v124?

Uninstallation will be more difficult because fancontrol tries to unregister itself from the service daemon on startup. This seems to be buggy. During the unpacking of the rpm, the file /etc/init.d/smcFanControl is copied over, but the reference to the service daemon is changed to stop. Everything goes just fine until I restart my computer. After rebooting, I get a log message complaining about the unregistering of the service, but the service daemon in question is no longer listed. The log messages are all quiet, so I don’t get a chance to investigate.

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FanControl is a small command line tool that works with the native Finder to monitor the fans of your system. You can activate the tool with just a double click on Notifications or from the Finder itself (right click on Notifications and select Show command) to detect fans and show their temperature. Use slider bars to control fan speed.

I had a feedback and got to see a bugfix for the most recent update (2.3.1) relating to fan control through pwmconfig which fixed my issue. I got to see many smart fans read out the information a long time after I made the tool persistent. The more often question I got was “how to make it persistent?”. So I decided to put it right into the launcher. So now, with the next release, you’ll be able to run FanControl from the Finder or activating it directly. If there are any more questions about this issue please let me know.

The update is composed of 2 smaller updates. The 2.2.1 is a bug fix for the file and also a bug fix in the Notification Settings field (if you have already chosen the Notification type) which fixes a bug that prevented the Finder to correctly show notifications with the improved “notification” icon.

This brings us to the point where we need to discuss how the temperature affects the fan. If you’re not familiar with how fan curves work in FanControl, first read up our first look at FanControl and second look . If you have successfully configured FanControl, then you can skip this sub-heading and read on. You’ll also need to set the static and dynamic fan curves you want and save the configurations.

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FanControl v124 Features

FanControl v124 Features

  • Support for most generic chassis fans
  • Support for nearly any *nix platform and operating system
  • Very low current consumption (1mA @12V)
  • PWM control
  • HW controllable DC voltage
  • No additional software needed
  • Device names are automatically detected
  • You can control more than one fan
  • Analog voltage in range from 0-12V (no 0V)
  • Units (fan RPM, vol, 0-3/4″ H) are automatically detected
  • No special configuration needed
  • Advanced integration with other systems:

FanControl v124 System Requirements

FanControl v124 System Requirements

  • Linux kernel v3.6+ (older kernels may work too, just make sure it’s the newest version)
  • Python and lm-sensors
  • The lm_sensors utility from the packages sensors-detect or lm_sensors-detect
  • The hwmon utility

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