Post by Guenter Roeck Correct. Thanks a lot finally I got something to work now it shows temp and fan rpm etc just using sensors in terminal. Email Required, but never shown. By default, to determine fan1’s speed, temp1 is used and pwm1 value is then manipulated. Found ffg chip at 0x, revision 32 [ Post by Guenter Roeck Do you mean sysfs? Robert Hancock
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Post by Michael Zintakis fromwhich indicates the various pwm current value which is to be applied for different points: Post by Michael Zintakis In the meantime, considering the specifics of my particular case and the memory regions involved again, I think they are 0xx, a total of 8 bytes in length according to the driver, though if someone more knowledgeable in the ffg driver specifics know otherwise, please feel free to correct this if that assumption is wrongwould it be possible to manually hack into the ACPI code and forcefully prevent it from claiming those memory regions and not get involved in “managing” that particular device?
If an ACPI driver is available for this device, you should use it instead of the native driver What would be my further actions? Post by Michael Zintakis Initially, when the board is first powered up, all fans all 3 of them are at a standstill because the board temperature is f71882f.
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Could you please open a new question if you have a new or follow-up question? Post by Andrey Repin Alternatively, the BIOS may provide accpi kickstart, when there’s rise of temperature over certain threshold, like you did in your script.
Accpi comment section is not suitable or meant for new questions or extended discussion. Also, is it possible to select which temperature reading should ff71882fg used when selecting the fan speed?
By default, to determine fan1’s speed, temp1 is used and pwm1 value is then manipulated. Email Required, but never shown.
However, when I run sensors the service this driver is not loaded I can’t see any of the fan [ Robert Hancock Post by Matthew Garrett Post by Michael Zintakis Could any of the more knowledgeable on here explain why is it such f71882fg bad idea please? Post by Michael Zintakis [ Whatever it is, it should be high enough for the fans to start spinning.
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Because on all api fans, I have this set to 1, which, I am assuming is when the fans are stopped. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. I think the latter could be a boolean value.
ISA adapter Core 0: If so, how can I activate it so that I could get to read my fan sensors?
Bug # “the sensors don’t show real CPUcore temp” : Bugs : lm-sensors package : Ubuntu
Andrey Repin I am using Fedora Core 17 with kernel version 3. JoKeR 4, 4 f771882fg Post by Michael Zintakis Hello, I hope this is the right place to place my query!
I remember that you can tell sensors-detect to ignore and not accpi the data from a particular module.
If an ACPI driver is available for this device, you should use it instead of the native driver Could anybody tell me what the above means please?