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sudoedit: unable to write to pwm1: Operation not permitted this is because: you can fix pwmconfig script replacing echo $MAX > $1 by echo $MAX | sudo tee $1 and this helps you to resolve trouble with "sudo echo" it could be useless according to this article which tell us that we should run first: echo "options thinkpad_acpi fan_control=1" ...
You need to install a proprietary video driver. It can be done by running in terminal sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install nvidia-346 nvidia-prime After reboot you will be able to switch adapters. Now your Nvidia adapter consumes power but is not used.
I tried steps which described on the following page, and those work with Ubuntu 15.04. How to control fan speed?
Ok, it seems that nobody has this problem so I'll try to post my findings. My main issue was that the CPU cooler was running all the time at 100% even if I used the Asus Z97-K utilities to control it from the BIOS and the processor was completely idle. By using the "sensors" command I could also see that the CPU core temperature was very low. The condition ...
I have the same issue on an Inspiron 15 i7 with AMD Opal XT Radeon R7 M265. 16GB RAM, Samsung 500 GB SSD runing Ubuntu 15.04x64 (kernel 4.1.5-040105-generic) When plugged into AC fan operates normally. When on battery power fan runs constantly at high speed. Using TLP power management. Have had this issue for a while. Using VGA compatible controller: ...
Here is my experience as an owner of a Clevo W560SH (it's almost the same as yours but with a slightly older and more power hungry dGPU). The iGPU temperature should be the same as the CPU temperature. I have a SATA SSD installed and it's temp is around the same as the one in your HDD (39ºC). That SSD temperature is somewhat high, but it is not unheard of. ...
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