We have demonstrated the realization of on-line temperature-controlled random lasers (RLs) in the polyhedral oligomeric silsesquioxanes (POSS) nanoparticles (NPs) as well as Pyrromethene 597 (PM597) laser dye, Fe3O4/SiO2 NPs as well as PM597, and only PM597 doped polymer optical fibers (POFs), respectively. The RLs can be obtained from the gained POFs system caused by multiple scattering of emitted light. The refractive index of the fiber core materials can be easily tuned via temperature due to the polymer with large thermo-optic coefficient. Meanwhile, the scattering mean free path of core in the POFs, which is the key role for the emission wavelength of RLs, is strongly dependent on the matrix refractive index. Thus emission wavelength of RLs in the POF temperature can be controlled through changing the temperature. With the increasing the temperature, the RL emission wavelength has occurred red-shift effect for the POFs.