Sensors and linux 2.6.0-test4-bk8 question

Nicolas Mailhot Nicolas.Mailhot at laPoste.net
Sun Sep 7 18:38:00 CEST 2003


Ton Hospel replied to me
|> I know libsensors is not yet 2.6 aware, but I thought sensed values
|> where available in sysfs if one wanted to manually read them. Since I
|> have via hardware:

|If there is any interest, I have a perl program that does a configurable 
|display for 2.6.

Sure there is interest:)

|> 
|> Now there is no sensor-related message as far as I can see in my dmesg,
|> and I do not seem to find any temperature/fan related info in /sys:
|> 

|You still need the bus and chip drivers before anything appears.
|Which ones is basically the same as with the old lmsensors stuff, so
|look in their docs.

But how can I check the damn things work ? Sensors writers seem to 
have eschewed the nice messages every other driver writer put in dmesg to
tell me their stuff is correctly loaded.

For example I have :
"SMBus Via Pro adapter at 5000"

in "/sys/devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:11.0/i2c-3/name" so I suppose via-pro
at least is loaded (fully ?). Which should be the bus stuff I think. For
the chip stuff that would be VIA686A (?) But how am I supposed to check the 
darn thing works with nothing in dmesg ? I've already combed sysfs for clues 
and found nothing.

Regards,

-- 
Nicolas Mailhot
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