Re: Fan control ?
Niels S. Eliasen wrote:
No .. it is not hot...... warm.. yes!.. but more like "warm as in
working..." ... but hot no!
hmmm.... "something" is obviously running that causes this... but what
exactly... and I tried .. just for the heck of it...
to reboot the Tibook.. and see if that would shutdown the fan... but
no!... the fan was/is on all the time..... during reboot even!
If so, then the question is what is the machine doing that its CPU is
running all the time?
If not, then what process turned on the fan and forgot to turn it off?
exactly! but how to tell ?
Actually, I was asking those questions hoping to narrow down what was
To find out which process is using the most CPU time, run `top`. (To
quit, press 'q'.) Once you get its process id (pid), run `ps -AH` to
see if its dependent on anything.
On the other hand, if it's running because it was forgotten, I would
look at the power management processes.
Just my 0.00000002 million dollars worth,
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