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Oct
19
asked Restricting resources of user applications
Aug
22
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Jun
12
revised pwmconfig: “There are no pwm-capable sensor modules installed”
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Jun
12
asked pwmconfig: “There are no pwm-capable sensor modules installed”
Jun
6
comment Loud fans despite cool system under Linux (but not Windows)
Updating the BIOS has had no effect, I still get "There are no pwm-capable sensor modules installed" when I run pwmconfig (required for fancontrol). But on the plus side, it does boot faster now :D
Jun
6
comment Loud fans despite cool system under Linux (but not Windows)
FuzzyToothpaste, I'd already replied to Oli's comment. Ruslan's question was "Have you checked advice from ..." to which I replied 'Yes' because I had checked it, but it hadn't helped. As for your question, the PC is custom-built but the motherboard is an Asus Z87-A. I'll try updating the BIOS if there's a newer version and see if that changes anything
Jun
3
comment Loud fans despite cool system under Linux (but not Windows)
Yes Ruslan, it doesn't help. And kernel version is 3.13.0-27-generic.
Jun
2
revised Loud fans despite cool system under Linux (but not Windows)
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Jun
2
comment How to control fan speed?
I've tried this and I can't get any further than sudo pwmconfig, because I get: "There are no pwm-capable sensor modules installed". This is after the sensors-detect command does find an 'Intel digital thermal sensor'. I've also tried that kernel parameter. Can anyone suggest a solution?
Jun
1
comment Loud fans despite cool system under Linux (but not Windows)
I can't get any further than sudo pwmconfig, because I get: "There are no pwm-capable sensor modules installed". This is after the sensors-detect command does find an 'Intel digital thermal sensor'.
Jun
1
comment Electricity went out while installing software
For future reference: Minos' answer is equivalent to simply starting the installation again from the software centre, except it will needlessly reinstall programs which had already installed correctly as well. It also wouldn't work until you ran the above command anyway.
Jun
1
revised Electricity went out while installing software
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Jun
1
comment Loud fans despite cool system under Linux (but not Windows)
I'm confident it's the case fans. On Windows, OpenHardwareMonitor says the GPU fan is at 37% and the Nvidia Linux app also says 37%.
Jun
1
comment Electricity went out while installing software
And yes. The dpkg command will fix the package it was currently installing, and the apt-get command will make sure that all the other packages that are needed for it to work are present and installed. But there's no way for it to know what other, unrelated packages you wanted to install afterwards, so you'll have to start those again.
Jun
1
comment Electricity went out while installing software
Run the command it tells you to run (without the quotes), and then run "sudo apt-get install -f" again.
Jun
1
answered Electricity went out while installing software
May
1
revised Strange GTK3 issue with Audacious and Evince (Document Viewer)
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May
1
accepted Gnome-shell broken by MenuLibre
Apr
29
comment Installing package + dependancies and removing them all
Then nothing even remotely like my solution would be useful to you. Even if you could somehow access a log from when you originally installed the packages, it's likely that you've installed other things since then which share some of those dependancies (and therefore they would all be removed when you 'undid' the original installation). You might want to ask a seperate question.
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