I realized that it seems to be impossible to override the value ..._ACTIVE_0_0 in the schema file. Even if I write directly in the trip-points via echo -n "110:90:60:0:60" my fan starts cooling in that moment the cpu reaches a temperature of 50C. I know from windows, that it is possible to increase that value up to 60C. How can I do this using acpi and powersave?
Thank you very much for help, Mirco
Overriding should work (maybe it doesn't like the 0 value?).
Have the values really changed?
Are your fans really controlled by ACPI?
echo 3 >/proc/acpi/fan/*/state (off)
echo 0 >/proc/acpi/fan/*/state (on)
What kernel version do you use?
Thank you for your answer.
Kernel version is 126.96.36.199!
The values have really changed but controlling the fan has no effect. echo 3 > state is accepted and cat state shows me the correct state but the fan still runs.
Notbook is ASUS A3G. Any hints?
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