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From: Jean Delvare <khali at>
To: "Jim Gifford" <jim at>
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Subject: Re: Dell Poweredge
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> I have a Dell Poweredge 4200 with 2 LM87 chips. I didn't see any
> information on this particular scenario except that dell was working
> on it. Obviously they haven't, are there any plans to try to get these
> to work with lm_sensors??

Well, we have a driver for the LM87, so I'd expect lm_sensors to work.
What is the problem?

> If a motherboard is needed or access to one of these computers, I have
> a dead motherboard and a live system online that I would be willing to
> allow access to.

What do you mean with "dead"? If we can't build a minimal system with it
and boot it, it's almost useless I guess.

Jean Delvare

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