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Re: switch off cpu fan on lenovo g50-30

From: znavko
Subject: Re: switch off cpu fan on lenovo g50-30
Date: Thu, 04 Jul 2019 20:13:44 +0000

As there [1] said  have no fan control module:

 pwm_fan sysfs-path

    Control a sysfs PWM fan. Many hwmon drivers that provide a `temp*_input' 
file also allow fan control, although there may also be drivers that are 
specific to either temperature reading or fan control. You can search for a PWM 
control file e.g. with `find /sys -type f -name "pwm?"'. Note that with PWM, 
fan levels usually range from 0 to 255, although besides a file like `pwm1' 
there may also be `pwm1_min' and `pwm1_max' that specify different (soft or 
recommended?) limits for a particular fan.

# find /sys -type f -name "pwm?"
# find /sys -type f -name "pwm*"

Have you on your linux-libre?


July 4, 2019 5:24 PM, "Efraim Flashner" <address@hidden> wrote:

> I often turn to Debian when I have a problem like this one. In the
> source (I assume in ours and not just in theirs) There's an example
> folder with two example configs¹ so I'd suggest checking them out and
> seeing if they look right.
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