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SubjectRe: asus m5n, i2c-i805 missing temp1_auto_temp_min
Jean Delvare wrote:
> Hi Andy,
>> I have an asus m5n laptop, with kernel, and this works:
>> if cd '/sys/devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:1f.3/i2c-0/0-002e'; then
>> echo 55000 > temp1_auto_temp_min
>> echo 50000 > temp1_auto_temp_off
>> fi
>> However in kernel, and it does not. It reports that
>> directory is not found (I can get to '/sys/devices/pci0000:00/' and
>> thats it). Its only for setting the fan on/off temp's, so its not a big
>> deal, but it makes my laptop quieter when its not doing anything, so I
>> kinda like it.
>> Is there a new way of doing this? Or was it moved to another module?
>> Or broken?
> Done on purpose.
> Please see this thread:

Ahh yes, thank you very much. I'm now the proud owner of a kernel.

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