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SubjectRe: CPU Temperature?
On Thu, Oct 04, 2001 at 02:43:24PM -0700, Dan Hollis wrote:
> > > How can I access the CPU temperature, fan speed etc. from Linux?
> > > Or is this too hardware dependent to implement a common interface?
>
> > lm-sensors - it works well. Its shipped in some vendor trees
>
> Whats the schedule to merge with mainline kernel? Right now we have
> two i2c trees -- the one in the kernel and the one in lm-sensors...

On my Abit VP6, hardware monitoring is on IO address 0x294h to 0x297h.
Why do we have to patch kernel and load module? Isn't there something
simpler which we can compile and run as root?

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William Park, Open Geometry Consulting, <opengeometry@yahoo.ca>
8 CPU cluster, Linux (Slackware), Python, LaTeX, Vim, Mutt, Tin
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