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SubjectRe: Enviromental Monitoring
On Sun, 10 Dec 2000, Mohammad A. Haque wrote:

> Hit http://www.lm-sensors.nu/

do these guys /ever/ plan on submitting kernel patches? i used to use
lm_sensors on 2.2 cause it was fairly painless - but just havn't
bothered with 2.4 cause it was a pita when i tried.

i know they talked AC at some point about getting a patch in, but
nothing seems to have come from it.

what a damm damm shame. we've got code that appears to work really
well[1] to drive most of the hardware sensors out there - but the
code is used by only a tiny fraction of linux users cause these guys
/apparently/ would much rather keep themselves and their code
isolated in some god forsaken CVS server rather than submit their
code to Linus.

fscking shame.

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Paul Jakma paul@clubi.ie paul@jakma.org
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[1]. i only had very slight problems with module ref counts earlier
in its devel cycle.

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