setting up thermald on fedora27

Thermald is a Linux daemon used to prevent the overheating of platforms. This daemon monitors temperature and applies compensation using available cooling methods.
1.Install thermald

#dnf install thermald -y
enabling and starting the service
#systemctl start thermald; systemctl enable thermald

check the status with systemctl command

#systemctl status  thermald
‚óŹ thermald.service - Thermal Daemon Service
Loaded: loaded (/usr/lib/systemd/system/thermald.service; disabled; vendor preset: disabled)
Active: inactive (dead)

Mar 09 14:15:11 one.sand.box systemd[1]: Starting Thermal Daemon Service...
Mar 09 14:15:11 one.sand.box systemd[1]: Started Thermal Daemon Service.
Mar 09 14:15:11 one.sand.box thermald[6131]: NO RAPL sysfs present
Mar 09 14:15:11 one.sand.box thermald[6131]: 10 CPUID levels; family:model:stepping 0x6:f:d (6:15:13)
Mar 09 14:15:11 one.sand.box thermald[6131]: Need Linux PowerCap sysfs
Mar 09 14:15:11 one.sand.box thermald[6131]: Unsupported cpu model, use thermal-conf.xml file or run with --ignore-cpuid-check
Mar 09 14:15:11 one.sand.box thermald[6131]: THD engine start failed

#to fix the issue follow the below video.