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SubjectRe: Congrats Marcelo,
On Fri, Mar 01, 2002 at 01:13:09AM +0000, Alan Cox wrote:
> DMI can help in a much more productive way. DMI tells you the type of
> sensor in the machine. Once you are using ACPI though you talk to ACPI
> and it talks to the smbus etc and knows whats in the box

Given the fears of what happens when you look at i2c/smbus etc
the wrong way, is this something we can rely on DMI tables
to get right ? When they can't get cachesize info right, I begin
to question their ability to describe a temperature sensor.

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