PC87366 with the net4801
Andrew D. Johnson
ajohnson at lastaccess.com
Sun Jun 27 04:07:22 CEST 2004
On Fri 25 Jun 2004 08:15:57 AM CDT Jean Delvare <khali at linux-fr.org> said:
> OTOH, if you receive a similar message when reconfiguring the Super-I/O
> chip (command starting with "isaset 0x2e 0x2f"), then this is *not* OK
> and you'll have to report to me.
Ok, that went fine... but unfortunately the results aren't much better now. As
usual, I've attached the command output.
> >The configuration file I'm using is a slightly tweaked version of something
> >you had posted to a mailing list. I'll attach it. Below is the output I see
> >from sensors using it. It obviously still needs some tweaking. Some of the
> >voltage calculations must be inappropriate in this case.
I'm now back to using the default configuration file, tweaked slightly (ignoring
fans now, for instance). It's also included in the attachment.
> >Is Soekris going to have to let us know how the voltage inputs are wired
> >before we can have any idea what these represent?
> Yes, definitely. There's nothing we can do without them telling us what
> each voltage channel is supposed to measure, and which resistors are in
Okay, I'm going to compose an email to them concerning what information is
needed. What more is needed for proper temperature monitoring, if anything?
> BTW, do you have an idea on what the Vcore for your CPU is supposed to be?
The processor is a NS Geode SC1100. I've googled around for a few minutes, but
I've not yet been able to figure out what the core voltage is. That'll be
another question in my email to Soekris.
Btw, I am using the newer version of the driver, now.
Andrew D. Johnson
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