[lm-sensors] latest findings ...

Dieter Jurzitza dieter.jurzitza at t-online.de
Thu Apr 20 22:10:19 CEST 2006


Dear Rudolf,
dear listmembers,
thanks for replying - and take your time. I only had had the impression that I 
possibly misinterpreted something / did not catch some hints you folks gave.
Nevertheless, because I did not get any more erratic behaviour right now - 
this is always happening if you wait for something - I removed the 83627hf 
driver once again, nevertheless leaving the lines in /etc/modprobe.conf.local 
as they are.
lsmod | grep 83627 yields nothing, so I think the 83627 is not loaded.
Nevertheless there are many address accesses:
=0040,
=0042,
=0044,
=0046,
=0048,
=004a,
=004c,
=004e,
=0050,
=0052,
=0054,
=0056,
=0058,
=0059,
=005a,
=005b,
=005c,
=005e,
=0091,
=0093,
=0095,
=0097,
=00a0,
=00a1,
=00a2,
=00a3,
=00a4,
=00a5,
=00a6,
=00a8,
=00a9,
=00aa,
=00ac,
=00ae,
but (until now) the SMB-access reports do not state any more errors 
in /var/log/messages.

Currently loaded:
i2c-amd756 i2c-isa w83781d eeprom

Thanks so far - take your time, I can wait if I know that nothings gone wrong.
Take care



Dieter Jurzitza
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