khali at linux-fr.org
Sun Sep 7 16:30:03 CEST 2003
> > Yes, testers are still wanted. In order to test the driver, you'll
> > have to install the CVS version of both I2C and LM Sensors. If you
> > don't use other I2C-related devices (frame grabbers and TV tuners
> > are, among others), simply follow the instructions here:
> > http://secure.netroedge.com/~lm78/download.html#cvs
> > It's as easy as "make && make install" for i2c and "make && make
> > install&& ldconfig" for LM Sensors. Then, run "sensors-detect" and
> > it should detect your LM90.
> > If you do use other I2C-related devices, follow the more detailed
> > installation guide here:
> > http://www.ensicaen.ismra.fr/~delvare/devel/i2c/
> > (If you don't know, try method 1 first, since it's easiest; if you
> > encounter problems, move to method 2.)
> > Let us know how the driver works for you!
> Thank you for the detailed instructions. I am a Mandrake user, and it
> looks like lm_sensors2.8 is in Cooker, so it is most likely that the
> new Mandrake kernel is already patched to the new I2C. If I can get
> Cooker running (it should become 9.2 in a few weeks as Cooker is
> tagged rc1 right now) on my KT400 machine, I am thinking I'll just try
> installing lm_sensors from cvs and see how it goes.
It's great that 2.8.0 is already in Cooker :) However, I'm not sure
it'll be sufficent for an out-of-the-box installation of lm_sensors CVS.
We have a new function (i2c_delay) in i2c CVS, which is used by some
(most) bus drivers in lm_sensors CVS, so I guess you'll have some
problems here. I'd recommend that you install i2c CVS prior to
lm_sensors CVS. If Cooker's kernel is already patched, i2c CVS should
install like a charm and will not cause any problem to other, and
lm_sensors CVS will then work OK too.
> I'll let you know how it goes.
Yes, please do :)
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