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SubjectRe: Linux 2.6.22-rc1
Hi Jean!

2007/5/14, Jean Delvare <khali@linux-fr.org>:

> > Sure. On 2.6.21.1:
> >
> > via686a-isa-6000
> > Adapter: ISA adapter
> > CPU core: +1.63 V (min = +0.06 V, max = +3.10 V)
> > +2.5V: +2.45 V (min = +0.06 V, max = +3.10 V)
> > I/O: +3.52 V (min = +3.12 V, max = +3.45 V) ALARM
> > +5V: +5.05 V (min = +4.73 V, max = +5.20 V)
> > +12V: +12.30 V (min = +11.35 V, max = +12.48 V)
> > CPU Fan: 0 RPM (min = 42187 RPM, div = 2)
> > P/S Fan: 2657 RPM (min = 42187 RPM, div = 2) ALARM
>
> Hint: increase the fan clock dividers to 4.
>

I've not found an obvious way to set it in sensors.conf. Could you
point me to some doumentation, thanks.

> > while on 2.6.22-rc1:
> >
> > via686a-i2c-9191-6000
> > ERROR: Can't get adapter or algorithm?!?
>
> Ah, interesting. Could it be that the gnome applet quits because it
> fails to get the adapter name? That wouldn't be very smart, but that's
> possible.

Just for the record. Does not quit. It displays on the panel "Chip not found.".

> This is a side effect of an i2c-core cleanup. This is already fixed in
> lm_sensors 2.10.3 (libsensors.so.3.1.3). Care to give it a try and
> confirm it fixes the problem? Note that it might be a bit tricky to get
> the gnome applet to use your own libsensors rather than the system one.
> You might need to set the LD_LIBRARY_PATH environment variable before
> the applet starts, or something similar.

Luckily the 2.10.3 lm-sensors version is on unstable. The backport to
Debian Etch was straightforward. Now the applet works again! And the
P/S fan indicator (you may have noted that showed 0 in the 2.6.22-rc1
case) works too. Many thanks ;-).

Is this new version required only for the via686 chip or should be a
general advise for Debian Etch users to upgrade to lm-sensors >=
2.10.3 for kernels >= 2.6.22?


~ Antonio
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