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
> use.

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.

Thanks much,

Andrew D. Johnson
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