mds at paradyne.com
Tue Feb 5 23:11:20 CET 2002
I think all three we could use if you would like to submit patches.
On 1), what I kept meaning to do but never did, can you rename the
/proc names from "0-15", for example, to "00" or "00-0F" or "0x00-0x0F"
or something similar, so that when you "cat *" at least the results
come out in the right alphabetical order?
That's bitten me more than once...
Jean Delvare wrote:
> > The 0x57 eeprom is clearly set up for some non-volatile storage on the
> > motherboard. I see a lot of ASCII numbers and letters; At row E0, for
> > example, is "11/15/01 13:26:37"
> > This answers your second question.
> Well done :)
> You're perfectly right.
> I modified i2cdump so that is shows a "string" version of the data, and it
> is now clear to me that 0x57 is used to "identify" the laptop. I could
> find the model name and serial number, among other things.
> I am writing a perl script right now, to show what I understood from this
> eeprom. It's called decode-vaio.pl and could take place with phil's
> decode-dimms.pl in eeprom/, I guess. I would like to get in touch with
> other Vaio users, to have more than just my eeprom to do the job.
> So, three things I could actually add to the project :
> 1* The modifications I made to the eeprom driver, so that it shows 256
> bytes instead of 128. It is required for the Vaio eeprom. Maybe we could
> move to a device-specific length (for exemple, still limit to 128 if we
> recognise a DIMM module.) I don't know how accurate it can be, so we may
> need to discuss this a bit.
> 2* The enhancement I made to i2cdump.
> 3* The script itself.
> If the script gives good results on more than just my machine, maybe we
> could consider adding the vaio eeprom decoding to sensors itself.
> Work is still in progress anyway, any comments welcome.
> /~~ Jean "Khali" Delvare
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