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SubjectRe: Q re /proc/bus/i2c
Gene Heskett wrote:

>I'm still trying to make sensors (and gkrellm) work when booted to a
>2.6.x kernel.
>The lm_sensors people say it should "just work", but so far no one has
>acknowledged that it doesn't work here because I don't have an "i2c"
>in my /proc/bus directory. Browsing all the sensors-detection stuff,
>in particular the bus detection script, this thing is hard coded to
>look for /proc/bus/i2c by default, or you can pass it an argument.
>I don't have a "/proc/bus/i2c". Passing this script the /sys/bus/i2c
>argument only gets an error return complaining that its a directory.

You've run the "sensors-detect" script and have all the proper modules
loaded for your hardware? You should be able to just run "sensors" to
see if everything is working.


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