How to run fancontrol automatically?
bluerosemagic at gmail.com
Thu Apr 3 16:04:23 BST 2008
ok, I rebooted.. still nothing.
I checked the folders again (init.d)
and I noticed that the other files all are shell scripts or so, while
fancontrol is a text file. (different icon and all)
btw this is the content of fancontrol:
looks more like a config than a script to me, but what do I know :P
I made all this with the howto's in these forum posts:
(in case that might help)
so I removed fancontrol from init.d (it's still in /etc/) and I
"update-rc fancontrol remove" the links.
Up for a fresh start then..
Blue Rose wrote:
> Thank you. I just tried the whole init.d and update-rc stuff.
> So I'll do a test reboot now :-)
> Francisco Borges wrote:
>> On Thu, Apr 3, 2008 at 4:26 PM, Francisco Borges
>> <francisco.borges at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> > I added the line /etc/fancontrol above the exit 0 in rc.local.
>>> > /etd/rc.local has owner root too, and permissions -rwxr-xr-x
>>> (not sure
>>> > what all that means)
>>> Read the manual entry for
>> Sorry, this should have been:
>> Read the manual for chmod to know what that is about.
>> Though that manual doesn't say much...
>> x means executable
>> w means writable
>> r means readable
>> This is repeated 3 times, the first are the permissions for the user
>> who own the file, the second for the "group" of file, and the third
>> for "everybody else".
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