jhrfc, on Sep 2 2010, 01:13 AM, said:
Is it the setting the fans on boot, or wake from sleep that doesn't work?
To see if sleepwatcer is running at the terminal type
ps auxww | grep sleepwatcher
you should see two lines returned one for the grep command, and one for sleepwatcher itself. if you only see one, its not running.
The sleepwatcher install read me install section isn't explicit about how to copy and install the config files, if you look at the upgrade section it has more detail.
to verify the mapMemoryDriver.kext is installed, make sure you can run nvclock from the command line
/usr/local/sbin/nvclock -F auto -f
Both for some reason. I can tell the kext is loaded (nvclock works) I can manually set and check nvclock using
sudo /usr/local/sbin/nvclock -F auto -f
But not if I use the command you gave me there directly
One thing I noticed that I have different from you is my ect file is not located at /ect its actually at /private/ect does that make any difference. I changed the launchd plist to use the /private/ect location.
this is the return from grep
$ ps auxww | grep sleepwatcher
jeff 371 0.0 0.0 2435036 524 s000 R+ 8:17AM 0:00.00 grep sleepwatcher
The plist seems to be loading but it doesn't appear that sleepwatcher is working as seen by:
$ sudo launchctl load /Library/LaunchDaemons/com.projectosx.nvclockautofans.plist
com.projectosx.nvclockautofans: Already loaded
Thanks again Jon I'll keep ya posted.