Python driver and daemon to control thermaltake Riing fans and pumps
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Linux driver and daemon for Thermaltake Riing

Compatibility

Python3 only.

Currently supported devices are (as they show up in thermaltakes TTRGBPLUS software:
Flow Riing RGB
Lumi Plus LED Strip
Pacific PR22-D5 Plus
Pacific Rad Plus LED Panel
Pacific V-GTX 1080Ti Plus GPU Waterblock
Pacific W4 Plus CPU Waterblock
Riing Plus
If your's isn't listed, please create an issue and I'll implement it ASAP!!

Installation

Pypi

sudo pip3 install linux_thermaltake_rgb
The setup file will create the systemd user unit, and udev rule in /usr/share/linux_thermaltake_rgb
you will need to copy these to the appropriate locations:

sudo cp /usr/share/linux_thermaltake_rgb/90-linux_thermaltake_rgb.rules /etc/udev/rules.d/
sudo cp /usr/share/linux_thermaltake_rgb/linux-thermaltake-rgb.service /usr/lib/systemd/user/

# and if this is a fresh install copy the default config file:
sudo cp /usr/share/linux_thermaltake_rgb/config.yml /etc/linux_thermaltake_rgb/

then add your user to the plugdev group - sudo usermod -a -G plugdev <user>

then reconnect your device.
note: you may need to log out and back in so your user is recognised as being in the plugdev group

Arch linux

available in the aur as linux-thermaltake-rgb

starting and enabling the daemon

start and enable the systemd service
systemctl --user start linux-thermaltake-rgb.service; systemctl --user enable linux-thermaltake-rgb.service

Configuration

the configuration file is expected to be in: /etc/linux_thermaltake_rgb/config.yml
edit and configure suitably.

example config is in linux_thermaltake_rgb/assets/config.yml