sensors gives no useful output.

Zeno R.R. Davatz zdavatz at ywesee.com
Wed Aug 6 18:34:52 CEST 2003


On Wed, 6 Aug 2003 18:13:04 +0200
Jean Delvare <khali at linux-fr.org> wrote:


> Other addresses are abviously used by the eeprom and lm75 modules.
> Unload them (and dmasound_pmac again), and run sensors-detect again. You
> should see the same things you first saw. If you could log the whole
> thing, I'd like to take a look. You may use "script" to do that (run
> "script sensors-detect.log", then "sensors-detect", then "exit", and you
> have a nice logfile).
ok, done that. And followed the instructions of the 'sensors-detect' output. I did not ad the lines to /etc/rc.* as the lm75 and eeprom are already loaded at bootup.

My sensors output now is:
lm75-i2c-0-48
Adapter: uni-n 0
Algorithm: Keywest i2c
temp:       -1.0°C  (limit =  -1.0°C, hysteresis =  -1.0°C)

lm75-i2c-0-49
Adapter: uni-n 0
Algorithm: Keywest i2c
temp:       -1.0°C  (limit =  -1.0°C, hysteresis =  -1.0°C)

eeprom-i2c-0-50
Adapter: uni-n 0
Algorithm: Keywest i2c

lm75-i2c-1-48
Adapter: uni-n 1
Algorithm: Keywest i2c
temp:       -1.0°C  (limit =  -1.0°C, hysteresis =  -1.0°C)

lm75-i2c-1-49
Adapter: uni-n 1
Algorithm: Keywest i2c
temp:       -1.0°C  (limit =  -1.0°C, hysteresis =  -1.0°C)

eeprom-i2c-1-50
Adapter: uni-n 1
Algorithm: Keywest i2c

eeprom-i2c-2-56
Adapter: mac-io 0
Algorithm: Keywest i2c
Machine name:
Serial number:

Any hints to get some useful output?

Thanks for feedback.

Zeno



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