[Bug 436768] Re: acerhdf: not enabled by default

Neil Wilson neil at aldur.co.uk
Sat Feb 27 13:32:41 UTC 2010

Note that in Lucid the temperature is in millidegrees, not degrees, so
the 'fanon' and fanoff' thresholds need to be set accordingly.

I just go with the defaults and have

options acerhdf verbose=1 kernelmode=1

in my /etc/modprobe.d/acerhdf.conf file.

(The verbose shows you what the fan controller is doing).



acerhdf: not enabled by default
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