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For kernel versions before 2.6.23, you’ll need to manually check the interface file and the hwmon-fancontrol file under
/tmp for changes – and use
fanctl -f /tmp/interface and
fanctl -s /tmp/hwmon to insert the new control values.
fanctl -i /sys/class/hwmon/hwmon1/device/power_supply
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If you installed the amdgpu-fancontrol module manually, you need to run
amdgpu-fancontrol once to detect the fan control interface (if there is any), and once more to manually configure the fan control values. For example:
amdgpu-fancontrol -s /tmp/hwmon
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You can use this method of control if you want to set fan speeds via a serial interface and use Fancontrol as a serial-to-fan converter. For example:
echo -n "12F PWM=3.00 | tee /sys/class/hwmon/hwmon1/pwm1_enable" | sudo tee /etc/fan-control/temperature.conf
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… and use the following to get the hwmon values:
The Windows executable amdgpu-fancontrol.exe by grmat uses
/sys/class/hwmon/hwmon0/pwm1_auto. If pwmconfig(8) does not work, see this page , this page , and this page . For example, to configure GPU Fan speed control if you have only one GPU, use:
There might be an issue on some newer AMD chipsets. AMD hardware is potentially incompatible with the current fancontrol. Try running pwmconfig(8) on the same system to setup PWM. If pwmconfig(8) does not work, see this page , this page , and this page . For example, to configure GPU Fan speed control if you have only one GPU, use:
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Now that the configuration files are ready, you can now see that fancontrol has no idea what to do with the rest of the config files. So, first, let’s create a file that will show all of the modules that fancontrol does know how to work with:
#!/bin/bash # Fans Control script from https://github.com/rem0o/fan-control # This script will make your fans spin at fixed speeds # No user interaction is required. PROGRAM_NAME="
" # Enter full path to
fancontrolconfiguration file, # default is
" # Load fancontrol configuration file . $FANCONTROL_CONFIG if [ -d "$SYSTEMD_DIR" ]; then echo "Suspend to RAM is supported." # If not, create directory mkdir -p "$SYSTEMD_DIR" echo "Creating SysRq key for force wakeup" echo -n "Suspend SysRq key to RAM..."; sudo modprobe kbd echo "done." fi # Check if service is loaded has_fan=$(systemctl is-active fancontrol.service 2>/dev/null) if [ "$has_fan" = "active (running)" ]; then echo "fan controll is already started." exit 0 else echo "fan controll service is not active.
/etc/rc.local mkdir /var/run/lm_sensors
The reason for this is that fancontrol.service uses a name like lm_sensors instead of lm_sensors.service, but the kernel thinks it is actually starting a new daemon.
ln -s /etc/etc/sysctl.d/lm_sensors.conf /etc/etc
I personally know nothing about bash scripts, but if you do, then it would be a great idea to make all the paths user specific. If you are using an Nvidia GPU, you will never need to change this, but if you are using other GPUs or if you need to use an older version of fancontrol.jar, then you will need to make the paths in this file the paths to your hardware.
FanControl v124 Description
If this issue has not been fixed, run /etc/init.d/fancontrol restart to reload Fancontrol. Then, run /etc/init.d/sensors restart to restard temperature sensors. Once that is finished, perform a hard disk fsck to verify any issues with the hard disk. If everything is okay, run fsck /dev/sda . Follow the menu to verify whether the problem has been fixed. If the problem has been fixed, you can reboot the system.
If this issue has not been fixed, run /etc/init.d/fancontrol restart to reload Fancontrol. Then, run /etc/init.d/sensors restart to restard temperature sensors. If you have set the fan speed control to dynamically raise the fan speed, the response time will be faster and should not result in overheating. If the fan speed has been set to dynamically lower the fan speed, the response time will be slower and should not result in overheating.
While preparing the fix, since I didn't have hardware compatible with fancontrol, I used a similar service (rsync) and the same script in /lib/systemd/system-sleep/ except with the service name changed (from fancontrol to rsync), and observed rsync's behavior during suspend/resume cycles. I chose rsync because it also has a condition on a configuration file to start, just like fancontrol.
Because while converting your installation manual's source code into the single-chip software fan control firmware used by the BIOS (or BIOS wrapper that we call FanControl), the filename pattern in
/lib/systemd/system-sleep/hybrid-sleep.sleepmode.invertedwas changed to
hybrid-sleep.sleepmode.inverted, and the name of the specified
hybrid-sleep.fancontrolhad to be modified. The filename of
hybrid-sleep.fancontrolwas extended to
FanControl v124 System Requirements
- Windows 7 / 8/10 / Server 2008 R2 or later (64 bit only)
- You must enable “Run this program as administrator”
- At least 8GB RAM
- At least 2GB of system RAM
- At least 2GB of swap space
- As much as 20GB of free disk space
- At least 10GB hard disk space for download
- Intel Core i5-7400 or later
- Intel Core i7-8700 or later
- Intel Core i3-8100 or later
- Intel Core i3-7100 or later
- Intel Core i3-6130 or later
- A BIOS capable of manual fan speed control (can be set by ACPI, BIOS, or ACPI+BIOS)
- 8GB of BIOS storage space
What's new in FanControl v124
- This release is a bugfix release. The previous version (v123) was broken due to a kernel commit.
- You should update to v124 as soon as possible.
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