Bug#619549: Bug#619549: thinkpad_acpi does not control fans
reassign 619549 linux-2.6
On Mar 25, Michael Meskes <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > The PC would shutdown saying "Critical temperature reached (128 C)" when doing
> > CPU intensive work. The fans were not turning on at all.
> > The installer should create the file /etc/modprobe.d/thinkpad_acpi.conf and
> > added options thinkpad_acpi fan_control=1 to it. This seems to fix the issue.
> I reassign this bug away from acpi which is only a tool to show battery status
> and other ACPI information. However, I have no idea which package is the right
> one to contain such a configuration file. But I figured people might look into
> module-init-tools first. Feel free to assign elsewhere.
Come on, do you see anything even remotely similar in m-i-t?
If thinkpad_acpi has a bad default configuration then this is a kernel
bug. Even even if the kernel really cannot do better, this is still not
something which m-i-t should deal with.