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Again, this may not work for all, and I cannot guarantee that it will always work when a hardware config change takes place. However, it seems to always work if you force the fan to spin up via the GPU or via the GPU temperature, or if you use a spare CPU fan (which I have never tried). There also seems to be at least one known bug where a hardware config change (ie. a kernel module installation) causes fancontrol to lose all its work. This case can be helped by running /etc/init.d/fancontrol restart and seeing if that does the trick.

If you remove the optional extras for fancontrol-config –hwmon and then run fancontrol-config once everything is installed, then it will run the default config of fancontrol-config –hwmon –default. The defaults are as follows:

If you are using the v128 or later fancontrol, however, then you may need to edit a file that is not in the default location (nor is it in the previous version as per hwmon-utils 5.12) called /etc/fancontrol.conf to make the changes to the current version of fancontrol. The config there, however, is pretty basic so you can edit it using any editor.


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Save the file, and run /usr/bin/fancontrol. If all goes well, fancontrol will start monitoring your file that you’ve set it up to monitor.

*/15 * * * * root /usr/bin/fancontrol /Fancontrol/Hddtemp 

Save the file and run crontab to save the new crontab. Go to the System Monitor on your system tray and you should see your file being updated every 15 minutes.

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After fixing the script, I wrote the equivalent of the fancontrol script in systemd units and figured out that rsync is limited in what it can do (it can’t support condition in systemd-based configuration files), but also it supports file-based output in .conf files. From a quick glance at rsync’s source code, it seems that it should be able to parse those files to translate them to the native format of the kernel’s hardware monitoring module. So I wrote a basic systemd script that listens for hwmon/chassis_temp/temp event, and, if it reaches the expected maximum, calls rsync to send the current fan speed. If rsync is interrupted, the script tries again.

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I have been using a Macbook Pro with the built-in fan for over two years, and it has been very stable. I have all the controls I need to add more to my build.

Now to the fun bit. The fancontrol settings go in the /etc/fancontrol.conf. If you create that file from the menu, nothing will happen and the default settings will be loaded on next boot. To make them work, you need to put a bunch of curves into the file. Put your absolute maximum in there. Example:

fancontrol also generates a /etc/fancontrol.conf.bak to try and improve on the settings for your hardware. If that doesn’t work, then you will just have to use the original configuration file. It’s important to remember that if you change the value, you need to restart the fans for the settings to take effect.

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The other two settings are the setting for the minimum and maximum speed of the fans. We can set this value to something arbitrary, but make sure that it stays within 0 and 100. I set mine to 5 and 50. Then, if fancontrol finds that there is no %FANCONTROL_BASE variable, it will use the DEVPATH variable and hwmon path to get the right files to set these values.

The way /usr/local/etc/fancontrol/fancontrol.conf works is that it checks whether the optional %FANCONTROL_BASE variable is there. If it is not there, it scans the %DEVPATH variable for a.conf file, and then for a.d file, and then for a fancontrol file. If one of those is found, it will take that one. If not, it will take whatever files were found.

Use only the one supported by Hddtemp, which will display the temperature rather than S.M.A.R.T. not available.
Replace /dev/sda with the correct one in the script if necessary.
If you have not yet configured Fancontrol, see this page , this page , and this page and run the following commands one by one (restart Linux after running the first one):

In /etc/conf.d/lm_sensors, there are 2 arrays that list all of the modules detected when you execute sensors-detect. These get loaded in by fancontrol. If the file does not exist, run sensors-detect as root, accepting the defaults. Open (or create) /etc/modules-load.d/modules.conf. Get all of the modules listed from the 2 variables in /etc/conf.d/lm_sensors/ and place them into the /etc/modules-load.d/modules.conf file, one module per line. Specifying them like this should make a defined order for the modules to load in, which should make the hwmon paths stay where they are and not change orders for every boot.

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FanControl v124 Features

FanControl v124 Features

  • Reading of up to 16 fan sensors.
  • Enables or disables all fans and optionally their controllers.
  • Gives a quick overview about all controlled fans (e.g. fan name, reading,…)
  • Enables or disables the controllable fans at run time
  • Simple, easy to understand controls for the fan states: none, on, auto, partial, full, always, fixed.
  • Easy to use variables like $on, $temperature, $fanon,…
  • Restrictions:
    Only works with recent AMD Radeon/Malinux/Xorg/GPUs (
    This script does not interact with GPU PID’s

FanControl v124 System Requirements

FanControl v124 System Requirements

  • Linux Kernel 2.6.32 or newer
  • Xorg 1.10 or newer (minimum version)
  • Python 2.6 or newer (minimum version)

FanControl v124 Serial Number

  • NOM15-JT5F5-QIW60-9U8K7-D6PD5-R44VI

FanControl v124 Ultimate Lifetime Licence Code

  • Q40H5-U5D9Z-S0DO5-0ZMND-FM81D-NU4DQ
  • CHX4D-8GFNQ-EF71L-1J7B8-AK1JJ-74T0T

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