Bug#512083: libsensors3: Troubles with CPU FAN speed control
On Sun, Jul 26, 2009 at 02:46:03PM +0200, Moritz Muehlenhoff wrote:
> On Sat, Jan 17, 2009 at 02:50:45AM +0300, Ilia Lilov wrote:
> > I have the next troubles with CPU FAN speed control on my notebook. I had no CPU FAN speed control (cooler works on full speed all the time) on GNU/Linux at all about a
> > year, but on MS Windows XP FAN speed control was nice. I thinked my Linux "can't see" how to control FAN speed. Few days ago I tried to use "Sleep mode". It works fine.
> > But when I boot my notebook from sleep mode... FAN speed control started to work fine! I checked this effect some times and result was the same.
> > I understand, that some more information about my hardware are needed, but I don't know what exactly I should to send. Say me, what information I should to send or what
> > command output line I should to send. Now I can say, that almost all chips manufactured by VIA company: north and south bridges, network card, sound card, and even CPU
> > (VIA C7-M, 1500MHz). And I think some confusion with terms is possible: In my language modes called "Sleeping mode" and "Waiting mode" (I sayd about sleeping one), but I
> > not sure how they are called in English.
> > Sorry for terreble English.
> > Best regards, Ilia.
> Does this error persist with 2.6.30 from unstable?
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