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    Re: Help getting HP ProBook 4530s silent, maybe DSDT patching?

    Change line 28 to
    TMP=$(sensors | grep Physical | cut -b 18-19)

    It should look like this:
    TMP=$(tail /sys/class/hwmon/hwmon1/device/temp1_input | cut -b1-2)
    Last edited by k3mpaxl; March 3rd, 2013 at 05:22 PM.

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    Re: Help getting HP ProBook 4530s silent, maybe DSDT patching?

    Code:
    linux@linux:~/4530s/FanControl$ sudo ./fanslow.sh
    [sudo] password for linux: 
    tail: /sys/class/hwmon/hwmon1/device/temp1_input kann nicht zum Lesen geffnet werden: Datei oder Verzeichnis nicht gefunden
    The problem is that by me tempos are here:

    /sys/class/hwmon/hwmon0/device/temp1_input
    but temp 1 is always 0.

    See here too:
    Code:
    linux@linux:~/4530s/FanControl$ sensors
    acpitz-virtual-0
    Adapter: Virtual device
    temp1:         +0.0C  (crit = +127.0C)
    temp2:         +0.0C  (crit = +127.0C)
    temp3:        +11.0C  (crit = +128.0C)
    temp4:        +37.0C  (crit = +127.0C)
    temp5:         +0.0C  (crit = +115.0C)
    temp6:        +26.7C  (crit = +128.0C)
    temp7:         +0.0C  (crit = +128.0C)
    temp8:        +39.0C  (crit = +128.0C)
    temp9:        +44.0C  (crit = +128.0C)
    temp10:       +59.0C  (crit = +128.0C)
    
    coretemp-isa-0000
    Adapter: ISA adapter
    Core 0:       +40.0C  (high = +95.0C, crit = +105.0C)
    Core 2:       +39.0C  (high = +95.0C, crit = +105.0C)
    So, the temp 8 ist the nearest to CPU temp.

    So i change it that it look like here:
    Code:
    #!/bin/bash
    LOGFILE=/var/log/fanspeed.log
    ECFILE=/home/linux/4530s/FanControl/probook_ec.pl
    COUNTER=60
    
    ######################################################
    
    initOff()
    {
      setFan 80
      sleep 2
      $ECFILE FANOFF
    }
    
    setFan()
    {
      SPEED=$1
      $ECFILE := 0x2F $SPEED
    }
    
    getTempAvg()
    {
      CUR=0
      CPUTEMP=0
      MAX=$1
      while [ $CUR -lt $MAX ]
      do
        TMP=$(tail /sys/class/hwmon/hwmon0/temp8_input | cut -b1-2)
        let CPUTEMP=$CPUTEMP $TMP
        let CUR=$CUR+1
        sleep 1
      done
      let CPUTEMP=$CPUTEMP/$MAX
    }
    
    detectNewSpeed()
    {
      CPUTEMP=$1
      CNTMAX=$2
      INTERVAL=$3
      if [ $CPUTEMP -le 65 ]
      then
        if [ $COUNTER -ge $CNTMAX ]
        then
          NEWSPEED=FF
        else
          NEWSPEED=80
          let COUNTER=$COUNTER+$INTERVAL
        fi
      else
        let COUNTER=0
        if [ $CPUTEMP -ge 80 ]
        then
          NEWSPEED=0
        elif [ $CPUTEMP -ge 75 ]
        then
          NEWSPEED=49
        elif [ $CPUTEMP -ge 70 ]
        then
          NEWSPEED=59
        elif [ $CPUTEMP -ge 65 ]
        then
          NEWSPEED=65
        elif [ $CPUTEMP -ge 60 ]
        then
          NEWSPEED=74
        elif [ $CPUTEMP -gt 55 ]
        then
          NEWSPEED=80
        fi
      fi
      echo $1:$NEWSPEED:$2:$COUNTER
      setFan $NEWSPEED
    }
    
    ##################################################
    
    initOff
    
    while [ true ]
    do
    INTERVAL=5
    getTempAvg $INTERVAL
    detectNewSpeed $CPUTEMP 180 $INTERVAL
    
    done
    But still no change:
    Code:
    linux@linux:~/4530s/FanControl$ sudo ./fanslow.sh
    0:80:180:65
    0:80:180:70
    0:80:180:75
    0:80:180:80
    0:80:180:85
    0:80:180:90
    0:80:180:95
    0:80:180:100
    0:80:180:105
    0:80:180:110
    0:80:180:115
    0:80:180:120
    0:80:180:125
    0:80:180:130
    The fan is few secs off, and than starts again...
    But i think we are near-just i am not expert-in dell i know there is a way to shut off BIOS fan control. It seems that after few secs HP Bios takes control over fan... How to avoid that?
    Last edited by vickoxy; March 3rd, 2013 at 05:45 PM.
    MacBook Pro7,1, Ubuntu 11.04 64bit

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    Re: Help getting HP ProBook 4530s silent, maybe DSDT patching?

    Quote Originally Posted by vickoxy View Post

    So, the temp 8 ist the nearest to CPU temp.
    using the following should solve your problem:

    TMP=$(sensors | grep Core | cut -b18-22 | sort -n | tail -n 1)

    Code:
    #!/bin/bash
    LOGFILE=/var/log/fanspeed.log
    ECFILE=/home/gregor/.4530s/FanControl/probook_ec.pl
    COUNTER=100
    
    ######################################################
    
    initOff()
    {
      setFan 80
      sleep 2
      $ECFILE FANOFF
    }
    
    setFan()
    {
      SPEED=$1
      $ECFILE := 0x2F $SPEED
    }
    
    getTempAvg()
    {
      CUR=0
      CPUTEMP=0
      MAX=$1
      while [ $CUR -lt $MAX ]
      do
        #TMP=$(sensors | grep Physical | cut -b 18-19)
        TMP=$(sensors | grep Core | cut -b18-22 | sort -n | tail -n 1)
        let CPUTEMP=$CPUTEMP+$TMP
        let CUR=$CUR+1
        sleep 1
      done
      let CPUTEMP=$CPUTEMP/$MAX
    }
    
    detectNewSpeed()
    {
      CPUTEMP=$1
      CNTMAX=$2
      INTERVAL=$3
      if [ $CPUTEMP -le 55 ]
      then
        if [ $COUNTER -ge $CNTMAX ]
        then
          NEWSPEED=FF
        else
          NEWSPEED=80
          let COUNTER=$COUNTER+$INTERVAL
        fi
      else
        let COUNTER=0
        if [ $CPUTEMP -ge 80 ]
        then
          NEWSPEED=0
        elif [ $CPUTEMP -ge 75 ]
        then
          NEWSPEED=49
        elif [ $CPUTEMP -ge 70 ]
        then
          NEWSPEED=59
        elif [ $CPUTEMP -ge 65 ]
        then
          NEWSPEED=65
        elif [ $CPUTEMP -ge 60 ]
        then
          NEWSPEED=74
        elif [ $CPUTEMP -gt 55 ]
        then
          NEWSPEED=80
        fi
      fi
      echo $1:$NEWSPEED:$2:$COUNTER
      setFan $NEWSPEED
    }
    
    ##################################################
    
    initOff
    
    while [ true ]
    do
    INTERVAL=5
    getTempAvg $INTERVAL
    detectNewSpeed $CPUTEMP 180 $INTERVAL
    
    done
    k3mpaxl
    Last edited by k3mpaxl; March 4th, 2013 at 01:03 PM.

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    Re: Help getting HP ProBook 4530s silent, maybe DSDT patching?

    Hi. Thanks for answer-i have some error now-and still no change in Fan Behavior.
    Code:
    ^Clinux@linux:~/4530s/FanControl$ sudo ./fanslow.sh
    ./fanslow.sh: Zeile 30: let: CPUTEMP=0+.0C: Syntax Fehler: Operator erwartet. (Fehlerverursachendes Zeichen ist \".0C\").
    ./fanslow.sh: Zeile 30: let: CPUTEMP=0+.0C: Syntax Fehler: Operator erwartet. (Fehlerverursachendes Zeichen ist \".0C\").
    ./fanslow.sh: Zeile 30: let: CPUTEMP=0+.0C: Syntax Fehler: Operator erwartet. (Fehlerverursachendes Zeichen ist \".0C\").
    ./fanslow.sh: Zeile 30: let: CPUTEMP=0+.0C: Syntax Fehler: Operator erwartet. (Fehlerverursachendes Zeichen ist \".0C\").
    ./fanslow.sh: Zeile 30: let: CPUTEMP=0+.0C: Syntax Fehler: Operator erwartet. (Fehlerverursachendes Zeichen ist \".0C\").
    0:80:180:105
    ./fanslow.sh: Zeile 30: let: CPUTEMP=0+.0C: Syntax Fehler: Operator erwartet. (Fehlerverursachendes Zeichen ist \".0C\").
    MacBook Pro7,1, Ubuntu 11.04 64bit

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    Re: Help getting HP ProBook 4530s silent, maybe DSDT patching?

    Quote Originally Posted by vickoxy View Post
    Hi. Thanks for answer-i have some error now-and still no change in Fan Behavior.
    Code:
    ^Clinux@linux:~/4530s/FanControl$ sudo ./fanslow.sh
    ./fanslow.sh: Zeile 30: let: CPUTEMP=0+.0C: Syntax Fehler: Operator erwartet. (Fehlerverursachendes Zeichen ist \".0C\").
    ./fanslow.sh: Zeile 30: let: CPUTEMP=0+.0C: Syntax Fehler: Operator erwartet. (Fehlerverursachendes Zeichen ist \".0C\").
    ./fanslow.sh: Zeile 30: let: CPUTEMP=0+.0C: Syntax Fehler: Operator erwartet. (Fehlerverursachendes Zeichen ist \".0C\").
    ./fanslow.sh: Zeile 30: let: CPUTEMP=0+.0C: Syntax Fehler: Operator erwartet. (Fehlerverursachendes Zeichen ist \".0C\").
    ./fanslow.sh: Zeile 30: let: CPUTEMP=0+.0C: Syntax Fehler: Operator erwartet. (Fehlerverursachendes Zeichen ist \".0C\").
    0:80:180:105
    ./fanslow.sh: Zeile 30: let: CPUTEMP=0+.0C: Syntax Fehler: Operator erwartet. (Fehlerverursachendes Zeichen ist \".0C\").
    finally:
    TMP=$(sensors | grep Core | sed -e "s/ //g" | cut -f2 -d ":" | cut -b2-3 | sort -n | tail -n 1)

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    Re: Help getting HP ProBook 4530s silent, maybe DSDT patching?

    Thanks. So, the fan stops for few secs but than it start again:
    Code:
    linux@linux:~/4530s/FanControl$ sudo ./fanslow.sh
    [sudo] password for linux: 
    0:80:180:65
    0:80:180:70
    So, not sure why. Could you tell me where are temps/fan speed adjustments, where can these be changed?
    MacBook Pro7,1, Ubuntu 11.04 64bit

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    Re: Help getting HP ProBook 4530s silent, maybe DSDT patching?

    Could you please post the output of the following commands:

    Code:
    sensors | grep Core 
    sensors | grep Core | sed -e "s/ //g"
    sensors | grep Core | sed -e "s/ //g" | cut -f2 -d ":"
    sensors | grep Core | sed -e "s/ //g" | cut -f2 -d ":" | cut -b2-3
    sensors | grep Core | sed -e "s/ //g" | cut -f2 -d ":" | cut -b2-3 | sort -n 
    sensors | grep Core | sed -e "s/ //g" | cut -f2 -d ":" | cut -b2-3 | sort -n | tail -n 1
    k3mpaxl
    Last edited by k3mpaxl; March 4th, 2013 at 04:09 PM.

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    Re: Help getting HP ProBook 4530s silent, maybe DSDT patching?

    Code:
    linux@linux:~$ sensors | grep Core 
    Core 0:       +40.0C  (high = +95.0C, crit = +105.0C)
    Core 2:       +37.0C  (high = +95.0C, crit = +105.0C)
    Code:
    linux@linux:~$ sensors | grep Core | sed -e "s/ //g"
    Core0:+42.0C(high=+95.0C,crit=+105.0C)
    Core2:+41.0C(high=+95.0C,crit=+105.0C)
    Code:
    linux@linux:~$ sensors | grep Core | sed -e "s/ //g" | cut -f2 -d ":"
    +41.0C(high=+95.0C,crit=+105.0C)
    +39.0C(high=+95.0C,crit=+105.0C)
    Code:
    linux@linux:~$ sensors | grep Core | sed -e "s/ //g" | cut -f2 -d ":" | cut -b2-3
    40
    38
    linux@linux:~$
    Code:
    linux@linux:~$ sensors | grep Core | sed -e "s/ //g" | cut -f2 -d ":" | cut -b2-3 | sort -n 
    39
    41
    Code:
    linux@linux:~$ sensors | grep Core | sed -e "s/ //g" | cut -f2 -d ":" | cut -b2-3 | sort -n | tail -n 1
    40
    MacBook Pro7,1, Ubuntu 11.04 64bit

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    Re: Help getting HP ProBook 4530s silent, maybe DSDT patching?

    The command to check the current cpu temp is correct.

    An output like:
    Code:
    0:80:180:70
    0:80:180:75
    0:80:180:80
    0:80:180:85
    should not show up.

    these numbers mean the following:

    CPUTEMP:FANSPEED:Slow-Down-Limit:Slow-Down-Clock

    I implemented this slow down-mechanism to avoid pulsing, once the timer reaches the limit, your fan will stop.

    please check again fanslow.sh produces this output, post your fanslow.sh file here and post the output of this command:

    Code:
    sudo ./probook_ec.pl regs

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    Re: Help getting HP ProBook 4530s silent, maybe DSDT patching?

    fanslow.sh:
    Code:
    #!/bin/bash
    LOGFILE=/var/log/fanspeed.log
    ECFILE=/home/linux/4530s/FanControl/probook_ec.pl
    COUNTER=60
    
    ######################################################
    
    initOff()
    {
      setFan 80
      sleep 2
      $ECFILE FANOFF
    }
    
    setFan()
    {
      SPEED=$1
      $ECFILE := 0x2F $SPEED
    }
    
    getTempAvg()
    {
      CUR=0
      CPUTEMP=0
      MAX=$1
      while [ $CUR -lt $MAX ]
      do
       TMP=$(sensors | grep Core | sed -e "s/ //g" | cut -f2 -d ":" | cut -b2-3 | sort -n | tail -n 1)
        let CPUTEMP=$CPUTEMP $TMP
        let CUR=$CUR+1
        sleep 1
      done
      let CPUTEMP=$CPUTEMP/$MAX
    }
    
    detectNewSpeed()
    {
      CPUTEMP=$1
      CNTMAX=$2
      INTERVAL=$3
      if [ $CPUTEMP -le 65 ]
      then
        if [ $COUNTER -ge $CNTMAX ]
        then
          NEWSPEED=FF
        else
          NEWSPEED=80
          let COUNTER=$COUNTER+$INTERVAL
        fi
      else
        let COUNTER=0
        if [ $CPUTEMP -ge 80 ]
        then
          NEWSPEED=0
        elif [ $CPUTEMP -ge 75 ]
        then
          NEWSPEED=49
        elif [ $CPUTEMP -ge 70 ]
        then
          NEWSPEED=59
        elif [ $CPUTEMP -ge 65 ]
        then
          NEWSPEED=65
        elif [ $CPUTEMP -ge 60 ]
        then
          NEWSPEED=74
        elif [ $CPUTEMP -gt 55 ]
        then
          NEWSPEED=80
        fi
      fi
      echo $1:$NEWSPEED:$2:$COUNTER
      setFan $NEWSPEED
    }
    
    ##################################################
    
    initOff
    
    while [ true ]
    do
    INTERVAL=5
    getTempAvg $INTERVAL
    detectNewSpeed $CPUTEMP 180 $INTERVAL
    
    done
    Code:
    linux@linux:~/4530s/FanControl$ sudo ./fanslow.sh
    [sudo] password for linux: 
    0:80:180:65
    0:80:180:70
    0:80:180:75
    0:80:180:80
    0:80:180:85
    0:80:180:90
    0:80:180:95
    0:80:180:100
    0:80:180:105
    0:80:180:110
    0:80:180:115
    0:80:180:120
    0:80:180:125
    Code:
    linux@linux:~/4530s/FanControl$ sudo ./probook_ec.pl regs
    
      	00	01	02	03	04	05	06	07	|	08	09	0A	0B	0C	0D	0E	0F
      	__	__	__	__	__	__	__	__	|	__	__	__	__	__	__	__	__
    00 |	190	251	146	1	98	129	2	0	|	172	192	78	0	209	147	0	0	
    10 |	0	0	0	0	144	99	1	0	|	31	15	42	1	213	48	166	128	
    20 |	0	0	0	0	0	0	0	0	|	00	0	0	0	0	0	0	
    30 |	0	0	0	0	0	0	0	0	|	00	0	0	0	0	0	0	
    40 |	0	0	0	0	0	0	0	0	|	00	0	0	0	0	0	0	
    50 |	0	0	0	0	0	0	0	0	|	00	0	0	0	0	0	0	
    60 |	0	0	0	0	0	0	0	0	|	00	0	0	0	0	0	0	
    70 |	0	0	0	0	0	0	0	0	|	00	0	0	0	0	0	0	
    80 |	0	0	4	1	16	1	0	20	|	15	236	19	255	255	178	19	255	
    90 |	255	1	1	0	77	48	42	0	|	01	0	255	255	142	5	207	
    A0 |	5	149	12	17	0	91	44	196	|	14	203	14	202	14	200	0	255	
    B0 |	255	150	0	255	255	100	255	192	|	0100	0	0	65	0	255	255	
    C0 |	255	255	255	255	255	255	255	0	|	032	95	211	62	51	51	54	
    D0 |	54	76	76	76	76	0	0	0	|	2255	255	255	255	255	255	255	
    E0 |	176	11	255	7	0	212	0	1	|	30	4	0	255	255	255	0	
    F0 |	0	0	0	0	0	0	0	0	|	00	0	0	0	0	0	0	
    linux@linux:~/4530s/FanControl$
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