Re: useful fan control utils/gkrellm plugins
- --- In linux-dell-laptops@y..., Stephen Lau <ldl@g...> wrote:
> On AC, I have the left fan come on at 60, the right come on at 65,the left
> goes to high at 70, and the both are high at 75.bells
> for battery, I have the same thing except 5 degrees hotter for both.
> On Wed, Feb 13, 2002 at 02:17:56PM -0000, fortepianissimo wrote:
> > It's nicely packaged into one single rpm:
> > http://enigma.freshrpms.net/rpm.html?id=601
> > make sure when compiling kernel you have turned on CONFIG_I8K.
> > (BTW my machine is I4100+BIOS A04 and it runs perfectly with all
> > and whistles)status,
> > Before running gkrellm remember "modprobe i8k", this will give you
> > /proc/i8k and you can cat it to see the info (including fan
> > rotation speed, service tag, etc) in one line.mode
> > Better yet you can use the included gkrellm plugin to either
> > automatically/manually control both of your fans. For automatic
> > you can set up the control policy for both fans (above what temp0x09E5CD21
> > should the fans kick in, etc).
> > One question: for those who are already using it, what are the
> > reasonable settings for the automatic fan control?
> > Ben
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