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Fan Control is an open source, third party application developed by a PC enthusiast (Rem0o). He created FanControl in 2019 to replace SpeedFan, which was for many years the best Windows solution for customizing fans without relying on BIOS settings or OEM software.

Fan control is controlled by a fan objects class. This class implements a hwmon (hardware monitoring) interface that is used by the rest of the application. This means that fan controls are tied to hardware monitoring sensors. In fan control, the hardware monitoring interface is the one that should be used. CoreCtrl uses a full ibma (i8k daemon) interface. (What’s ibma?) To use ibma, users need to enable the i8k module in kernel. With or without ibma interface, fancontrol has capabilities for both maximum and minimum fan speed, fan direction, PWM (duty cycle) and frequency.

I’m not surprised that fancontrol still works, but I’m surprised it even tried to control all those fans. All I can say is that some fan control code written for Linux probably can’t read Vista’s or XP’s TMPDIR (or whatever else might be in use) correctly; it’s confusing because, on every other system I’ve ever seen, the file in question is called TMPDIR, not TMPDIR[0]. In the former case, you’ll probably get one fan (or maybe none) and if you try to use fancontrol to read a nonexistent file it will just complain.

I’m in a different bit of trouble here because sensors-detect is reporting that my sensors are not functional. I am using the driver Atheros when I make this complaint. I was able to circumvent this and get fancontrol to work by changing the Idle_RPM sensor in the /sys/class/hwmon directory. You may need to restart the fans manually, though. I’m setting this below, but I don’t know if it’ll stick forever.

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It seems that FanControl for Linux doesn’t fully support Intel’s hardware management interface. FanControl doesn’t look for all correct connected fans, and doesn’t seem to report correct fan speed and direction to the BBS. It’s also didn’t created proper subdirectory of /proc/pid, but it works fine on my machine, see /proc/pid/fan . I would recommend you to use any other (better) program.

Now I’ve got two options: (1) fix this by adding --hard-reset option. This is straightforward. Find the source code of the old and new versions of fancontrol. Find where they set the --hard-reset option. Add it to the new version of the script. Compile and test the fix.
(2) Try to fix it by using memory mapped I/O to write data. To do that, you need to add memory mapping to the kernel of the target filesystem. You might try using memmapfs module.

Hm, fancontrol relies on monitoring the temperatures of the hard disks, which are part of the SATA controller. Right? Well, in my case, it appears that the temperatures of the disks are still controlled by the BIOS. That seems to be the case for all of my systems.

If you get a ‘no such device’ error, try restarting, press Ctrl + Alt + F + R to reboot, and then run the script again. If there are no errors, check the Hddtemp file with your preferred hex editor to find the current temperature value of the hard disk and open /Fancontrol/Hddtemp with the hex editor. You should obtain a file like so:

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What is FanControl v124?

If you have to replace the existing configuration file, you should place the new file in /etc/fancontrol, make sure it is owned by root and has the right permissions (777). After that, run a proper restart with:

 fancontrol restart #service fancontrol restart #fancontrol restart --force 

If you did not have proper permissions, this will not work, and your fanconfig will likely be replaced with one from upstream.

Bugs in the newer version of fancontrol can cause infinite fan spinup. (See upstream bug.) This behavior was introduced to resolve an issue that led to fans with the max_cyc attribute set to never spinup. Instead of setting it to something reasonable, fancontrol would initialize it to a value of approximately 5400.

The installation of fancontrol is very similar to fancontrol‘s (in the next section, we will use it as an example). The only thing that is different here is the installation paths:

The default installation is linked only to the /var/lib/lm-sensors/fancontrol folder, so we have to keep that in mind while managing files. As we don’t have any further automated updates after installation, there is nothing to do other than adjusting software settings. You can also manually run fancontrol --check to check if the configuration is correct. Now we are ready to define the fan control

Click on EditNew Configuration File to open the /etc/fancontrol configuration file editor. The configuration file is not really defined by any standards as it is a place for experimentation. However, in fancontrol‘s configuration file, you need to define only the following sections:

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What’s new in FanControl v124

  • Fancontrol’s temperature/PWM speed control fields: PWM Controller
  • Hysteresis level adjustment field: PWM Hysteresis

FanControl v124 System Requirements

  • MacOSX 10.2.8 or later..
  • iPhone or iPad 3G or later
  • iPad 3G or later
  • iPad 2G or later
  • iPad 1G or later
  • Beited
    Will rotate fan

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