[lm-sensors] abituguru3: no Abit uGuru3 found
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Thu Jan 8 19:53:06 CET 2009
I applied the patch after applying your 2 other patches:
1) "eliminating whitespace"
2) "Switch the AW9D-MAX over from port probing to the
preferred DMI probe method".
The patch applied and the module loaded without any problems.
Jan 8 10:49:36 localhost kernel: abituguru3: found Abit uGuru3,
motherboard ID: 001A
Thank You Guys Very Much,
Alistair John Strachan wrote:
> On Thursday 08 January 2009 17:09:43 Jean Delvare wrote:
>> On Thu, 08 Jan 2009 13:02:38 +0100, Hans de Goede wrote:
>>> Nick Pasich wrote:
>>>> No BIOS update....
>>>> Here's the output from "dmidecode" Attached...
>>> Hmm, nasty. We've got "IP35 Pro(Intel P35-ICH9R)" as identifaction string
>>> in the driver, and your DMI table has: "IP35 PRO(P35+ICH9R)"
>>> You should be able to work around your problem (for now) by doing this
>>> (as root):
>>> modprobe abituguru3 force=1
>>> After that, please do "dmesg" and copy paste the relevant (abituguru
>>> related) lines in your mail, that will help us diagnose this.
>> Might be worth reading this discussion thread again:
>> We gave up on fixing it back then, but apparently there really is a
>> need. Alistair, do you have a patch?
> I think the consensus we came to at the time was to switch to strncmp'ing a
> subset of the DMI string, but in this case we'll need strncasecmp. This isn't
> too terrible as false positives are pretty unlikely (we already check the
> board manufacturer too, which does seem to be unchanging). Hans?
> Of course, if Abit start putting arbitrary spaces and hyphens into the names
> too, all bets are off. But I read that their motherboard division was ceasing
> operation soon so (alas) this shouldn't be a problem. :-)
> Find attached a patch that should fix it (Nick, please test this if you can).
> Jean, there's another DMI patch tested by Paul Hartman I've been holding onto.
> I'll send you a proper version of the patch in this email and the other DMI
> patch ASAP.
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