Mark D. Studebaker
mds at paradyne.com
Tue Nov 26 00:27:15 CET 2002
If the function 3 device is in lspci then you can add it to the table
in the driver. If not, see prog/hotplug/README.p4b.
If it works, or you need more help, let us know, and include
output of 'lspci -n'.
Jean Delvare wrote:
> Mark, Phil, any idea?
> Is it supposed to be fixed in the CVS?
> Begin forwarded message:
> Date: Sun, 24 Nov 2002 14:21:00 +0000
> From: Szabolcs Barsony <bvelvet at freemail.hu>
> To: Jean Delvare <khali at linux-fr.org>
> Subject: Re: i2c-801
> I have run sensors-detect and it did not find anything. I have read the
> Docs as well.
> According the "SUPPORTED I2C BUS DEVICES - STATUS" table i2c-i801 driver
> supports 82801AA, BA, CA, CAM, DB chips. When i do "modprobe i2c-i801" I
> got the following error message:
> Nov 24 14:16:00 localhost kernel: i2c-core.o: i2c core module
> Nov 24 14:16:00 localhost kernel: i2c-i801.o version 2.6.5 (20020915)
> Nov 24 14:16:00 localhost kernel: i2c-i801.o: Error: Can't detect I801,
> function 3!
> Nov 24 14:16:00 localhost kernel: i2c-i801.o: I801 not detected, module
> not inserted.
> I have checked i2c-i801.c and it does not recognise PCI ID of my
> Will it help if I add my PCI ID to the list?
> On Friday 22 November 2002 22:09, you wrote:
> > > I have a notebook with the following devices. Is it supported by the
> > > lm_sensors package? If not is there any chance to be supported?
> > Please run sensors-detect before asking this kind of question. Read
> > the docs, too. We can't help you if you don't help yourself first.
> /v\ L I N U X
> // \\ >Phear the Penguin<
> /( )\
> Linux is like a wigwam. No gates, no windows just an apache inside.
> Jean Delvare
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