[lm-sensors] Patch for w83627hf chipset
Eric.Pascal at itesoft.com
Thu Jun 16 09:46:52 CEST 2005
Here is a more standard patch file.
Hope someone would be able to help me on the content.
De : BGardner at Wabtec.com [mailto:BGardner at Wabtec.com]
Envoyé : mercredi 15 juin 2005 23:59
À : Eric Pascal
Objet : RE: [lm-sensors] Patch for w83627hf chipset
I took a quick look at your patch out of pure curiosity...
There are two problems with the patch format:
1. The diff format looks weird.
Try this from just above the root of your build tree(s):
$ diff -Naur orig/drivers/i2c/chips/w83627hf.c
2. A bunch of 0x0D characters were added to the patch.
You may be able to use your editor to convert to UNIX line endings or
you can clean it up using tr:
$ cat w83627hf.c | tr -d "\r" > w83627hf.c
I'm not familiar with that part, so I can't comment on the content of
the patch. =)
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[mailto:lm-sensors-bounces at lm-sensors.org] On Behalf Of Eric Pascal
Sent: Wednesday, June 15, 2005 4:28 PM
To: lm-sensors at lm-sensors.org
Subject: [lm-sensors] Patch for w83627hf chipset
I have a patch for the i2c driver of chipset w83627hf that is included
in my Asus P4P800 that enable the Q-fan functionality to autoregulate
fan speed depending on temperature. I have to apply the patch on every
version a the 2.6 kernel I compile, would it be possible to integrate
the patch definately. I'm not the author of the patch but it's very
useful for me. I made a patch fon the 2.6.12-rc6 kernel, it's attached
to this e-mail.
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