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  1. Strange, this is my output coretemp-isa-0000 Adapter: ISA adapter Core 0: +7.0°C (crit = +100.0°C) Core 1: +8.0°C (crit = +100.0°C) it8721-isa-0a10 Adapter: ISA adapter in0: +3.06 V (min = +0.48 V, max = +1.52 V) ALARM in1: +2.78 V (min = +2.63 V, max = +0.07 V) ALARM in2: +2.22 V (min = +0.50 V, max = +0.58 V) ALARM +3.3V: +3.31 V (min = +4.20 V, max = +2.21 V) ALARM in4: +2.76 V (min = +0.96 V, max = +1.45 V) ALARM in5: +1.07 V (min = +1.90 V, max = +1.33 V) ALARM in6: +2.76 V (min = +1.28 V, max = +2.63 V) ALARM 3VSB: +3.29 V (min = +2.81 V, max = +3.72 V) Vbat: +3.29 V fan1: 314 RPM (min = 15 RPM) ALARM fan2: 0 RPM (min = 39 RPM) ALARM temp1: +42.0°C (low = +78.0°C, high = +60.0°C) sensor = thermal diode temp2: +22.0°C (low = +60.0°C, high = +26.0°C) sensor = thermal diode temp3: -128.0°C (low = +8.0°C, high = +84.0°C) sensor = disabled intrusion0: ALARM Currently running on DSM 5.0-4493
  2. I did not try the timer function, my guess is that it does not go into a sleep mode but really shuts down. I will look into it, because I also want this (or WOL) because I will be using the Netgear as a backup NAS. Regards... Gerwin now you have a name, instead off some characters...
  3. Hi, I'm new, and a real Linux noob, but after reading the complete thread carefully and trying over and over again i have found the correct way to control the fans on boot. I have tested it more than once on my "spare" ReadyNAS Pro 4. Make sure you have setup your NAS and that it is working. After that enable SSH and login with ie Putty. Issue the following commands in the correct order mkdir /volume1/@tmp cd /volume1/@tmp wget http://ipkg.nslu2-linux.org/feeds/optware/syno-i686/cross/unstable/syno-i686-bootstrap_1.2-7_i686.xsh chmod +x syno-i686-bootstrap_1.2-7_i686.xsh sh syno-i686-bootstrap_1.2-7_i686.xsh ipkg update ipkg upgrade ipkg install perl ipkg install bash ipkg install mktemp ipkg install lm-sensors Than edit the file .profile located in /root as shown below (PATH is extended and at the bottom a code is added to boot into bash) umask 022 PATH=/opt/bin:/opt/sbin:/sbin:/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/bin:/usr/syno/sbin:/usr/syno/bin:/usr/local/sbin:/usr/local/bin export PATH #This fixes the backspace when telnetting in. #if [ "$TERM" != "linux" ]; then # stty erase #fi HOME=/root export HOME TERM=${TERM:-cons25} export TERM PAGER=more export PAGER PS1="`hostname`> " alias dir="ls -al" alias ll="ls -la" if [[ -x /opt/bin/bash ]]; then exec /opt/bin/bash fi Now create a startup script S99fancontrol.sh in /usr/syno/etc/rc.d/ containing the following code #!/opt/bin/bash # Use the same head in fancontrol script # # S99fancontrol.sh - startup script for fancontrol # # This goes in /usr/syno/etc/rc.d and gets run at boot-time. FANCONTROL=/opt/sbin/fancontrol case "$1" in start) if [ -x "$FANCONTROL" ] ; then echo "start fancontrol" $FANCONTROL & fi ;; stop) echo "stop fancontrol" kill -TERM `cat /var/run/fancontrol.pid` > /dev/null 2>&1 logger -p daemon.error "$0 stop fancontrol" sleep 1 ;; *) echo "usage: $0 { start | stop }" >&2 exit 1 ;; esac Set permissions to 755 with chmod 755 /usr/syno/etc/rc.d/S99fancontrol.sh Now test your sensors with sensors It will give an output similar to the code below coretemp-isa-0000 Adapter: ISA adapter Core 0: +37.0°C (crit = +100.0°C) it8721-isa-0a10 Adapter: ISA adapter in0: +3.06 V (min = +2.20 V, max = +3.06 V) ALARM in1: +2.86 V (min = +0.00 V, max = +2.08 V) ALARM in2: +2.22 V (min = +2.12 V, max = +1.42 V) ALARM +3.3V: +3.34 V (min = +2.69 V, max = +4.01 V) in4: +2.76 V (min = +2.05 V, max = +1.91 V) ALARM in5: +1.16 V (min = +1.46 V, max = +1.40 V) ALARM in6: +2.80 V (min = +0.08 V, max = +1.52 V) ALARM 3VSB: +3.29 V (min = +5.93 V, max = +6.05 V) ALARM Vbat: +3.31 V fan1: 2033 RPM (min = 10 RPM) fan2: 0 RPM (min = 14 RPM) ALARM temp1: +49.0°C (low = +112.0°C, high = -5.0°C) ALARM sensor = thermal diode temp2: +33.0°C (low = -53.0°C, high = +61.0°C) sensor = thermal diode temp3: -128.0°C (low = +79.0°C, high = -7.0°C) sensor = disabled intrusion0: ALARM If everything is ok we have to build the default config files sensors -s Now we are ready to build /etc/fancontrol bash pwmconfig Follow the steps, but in general you can use the following as a guide Select 1) hwmon/device/pwm1 Select 4) hwmon/device/temp2_input Low temperature is default at 20 High temperature is default at 60 Minimum PWM value is 8 (check this, it is tested before) Minimum PWM value when fan starts spinning is 8 (30 are added) PWM value when below low temperature = 8 PWM value when over the high temperature limit = 165 (check this, it is tested before ans should be about 3000/3100 rpm) After you saved it, it will create a config file /etc/fancontrol and it will look like this: # Configuration file generated by pwmconfig, changes will be lost INTERVAL=2 DEVPATH=hwmon0= hwmon1= DEVNAME=hwmon0=coretemp hwmon1=it8721 FCTEMPS=hwmon1/device/pwm1=hwmon0/device/temp2_input FCFANS= hwmon1/device/pwm1=hwmon1/device/fan1_input MINTEMP=hwmon1/device/pwm1=20 MAXTEMP=hwmon1/device/pwm1=60 MINSTART=hwmon1/device/pwm1=38 MINSTOP=hwmon1/device/pwm1=8 MINPWM=hwmon1/device/pwm1=8 MAXPWM=hwmon1/device/pwm1=165 Now you can test your setup bash fancontrol If things are right the fans should spin-down immediately. Exit with ctrl-c and fans will spin-up again. We have to edit /opt/sbin/fancontrol change the header to #!/opt/bin/bash Time to shutdown and restart your ReadyNAS shutdown -h now When your NAS is really off, power it on again. If all is fine, the fan will spin-down after the boot sequence is completed. If you still boot from an USB stick, maybe it is time to replace the original Netgear bootcode. First make a backup and copy it to a save place dd if=/dev/sdu of=/dev/backup_netgear Copy your image to ie /dev, after that unmount your USB volumes (if your USB stick is still present it is safe to unmount that also) umount /dev/sdu1 Your USB is probably sdu2 umount /dev/sdu2 Now write the bootcode to sdu1 dd if=/dev/insert_the_name_of_your_image_here.img of=/dev/sdu Reboot! Hope this helps those who had problems before.... Now find a way to control the LCD!!!