khali at linux-fr.org
Mon Jul 21 11:51:23 CEST 2003
I gave a try to pwmconfig and there are two bugs I'd like to report:
1* The script hangs if the config file does not exist. It creates the
file /etc/fancontrol, and hangs right after, with the message "Loading
configuration from ..." (it should display the file name, that is,
/etc/fancontrol, there). Patch attached, I'll commit it unless someone
2* After running pwmconfig, the temperatures reported by sensors are all
wrong (and not by a few degrees).
M/B Temp: +31°C (limit = +42°C, hysteresis = +40°C)
CPU Temp: +51.4°C (limit = +60°C, hysteresis = +56°C)
P/S Temp: +31.4°C (limit = +42°C, hysteresis = +40°C)
M/B Temp: -45°C (limit = +42°C, hysteresis = +40°C)
CPU Temp: +217.4°C (limit = +60°C, hysteresis = +56°C)
P/S Temp: +211.4°C (limit = +42°C, hysteresis = +40°C)
Weird, isn't it? Running 'sensors -s' doesn't make them back to normal,
I have to reboot in order to do so.
My sensor chip is an a99127f.
Additionally, pwmconfig does not work for me, but maybe that's just my
system not supporting it.
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