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    SubjectRe: Enviromental Monitoring
    On Tue, 12 Dec 2000, Alan Cox wrote:

    > Its in 2.4 it wont be in 2.2 I suspect

    it is? i don't see the sensors stuff, so you must mean just the i2c
    bits. Any word on whether we'll see sensors code go in to 2.4?

    like i said, their code has worked well for me, but they seem intent
    on keeping it as obscure as possible... (i remember someone posted to
    l-k that they'd started a sensors project, and had code for the LM80.
    he wasn't at all aware of lm_sensors!).

    regards,
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