new MAX6653 driver

Travis B. Sawyer tsawyer at sandburst.com
Fri Sep 10 14:42:44 CEST 2004


On Fri, 2004-09-10 at 05:29, Jean Delvare wrote:
> On Thu, 09 Sep 2004 10:55:05 -0400, Travis B. Sawyer wrote
> > I've created a new max6653 chip driver but really don't have the 
> > time to do a proper submission.  Should I just send the driver code?
> 
> Yes, please do. That way it'll be available through the mailing-list archive
> if someone wants to do a proper submission at a later time.
> 
See attached...

> Which system do you have this chip on?

Custom hardware...

>  If it is something other users are
> likely to have on their boards,

;)  Not likely, its a reference/demo 'board' (err, ^h^h System) for our
chips.  The HW folks sprinkled the '53s across the back, so I have 4
fans connected to 5 chips.  Only one of the '53s remote sensor is
connected, the rest are 'ambient' temp.

>  I have a patch (attached) which adds support
> for the MAX6653 (and MAX6663/MAX6664 for that matter) to sensors-detect.

I'll see what I can do, I didn't build most of the utils as I didn't
want to fight with the cross-compiler, etc.

>  Could
> you please give it a try? If it works I'll apply it to the CVS repository (as
> soon as I get back to a decent Internet access).
> 
As a side note, the attached driver does work with the '63 also (should
be the same for the '64 too)




> Thanks.

No, sir, Thank You!  The drivers in the sensors and i2c packages have
been a HUGE time saver for me!


-- 
Travis B. Sawyer
Sandburst Corporation  http://www.sandburst.com

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