We can donate a Tyan S2720 ...

Mark Studebaker mds at paradyne.com
Tue May 28 14:48:55 CEST 2002

we would love a donation.
However, we can't make any commitment on getting things working.
This is free software, after all. Also, unless datasheets and other info are
available it gets really hard. Recent Tyan boards in particular have
been particularly troublesome.

If you would still like to make a donation let us know.

Srini Sankaran wrote:
> Hi,
> We have a not-so-noble reason to donate a Tyan S2720 to the lm sensors
> project.
> We are building a network appliance that uses the Tyan S2720 board and
> we need to
> monitor temperature, fan speed, etc. From your support tickets, I gather
> that lm sensors
> may have some issues running on this board. Because we are in desperate
> need to
> get lm sensors to work on this board, and we needed it all yesterday, we
> would like to
> do whatever we can, within our reach, to get lm sensors to work on this
> board.
> The 2 ideas I have are:
> 1. Donate a board, CPU, memory, and an EPS 12 power supply to you
> 2. Get one of our in-house programmers to help make lm sensors work on
> this board.
> The second option is probably not going to yield a fast solution because
> our programmers
> have no background on lm sensors (they are mostly application
> programmers), and there
> will be a huge learning curve.
> Is it possible for you to get lm sensors work correctly on Tyan S2720 if
> I sent you the motherboard
> and the accessories? Is it too greedy and pushy for me to think that you
> may be able to get it working within
> a week or so?
> Thanks for creating such a useful software.
> I look forward to hearing from you.
> -Srini Sankaran
> srini at global.com
> 650-316-5907

More information about the lm-sensors mailing list