I am not sure if someone can help me with this but I will just create this thread.
I was not able to manipulate my notebooks fan speed in Linux ever.
There is only one tool from hundreds that worked in Windows. It is a tool written by someone from the German computerbase forum.
( [http://www.computerbase.de/forum/showthread.php?t=1070494]">[http://www.computerbase.de/forum/showth] … ?t=1070494 )
Unfortunately it is only available for Windows.
I tried fixing my high fan speed on low CPU load in Linux with lm-sensors, pwmconfig, fancontrol etc. But I just don’t have any luck.
Everything I can get are the CPU temperatures and no fan at all. I think I need a tool like this:
Is there any way to get into the ACPI EC settings directly using the offsets of this file?
[https://onedrive.live.com/?cid=6C34BD33AC55CE36&id=6C34BD33AC55CE36!1001]">[https://onedrive.live.com/?cid=6C34BD33] … E36%211001
This is a configuration file for the NBFC tool i wrote before. Maybe I can use these values
<FanConfiguration\> <ReadRegister\>149</ReadRegister\> <WriteRegister\>148</WriteRegister\> <MinSpeedValue\>255</MinSpeedValue\> <MaxSpeedValue\>102</MaxSpeedValue\> <ResetRequired\>true</ResetRequired\> <FanSpeedResetValue\>196</FanSpeedResetValue\>
But i don’t have any idea how to do this.
Maybe someone is more experienced in this and can help me out