[lm-sensors] "modprobe coretemp" fails in Fedora Core 12

jrickman at myamigos.us jrickman at myamigos.us
Wed Nov 25 17:02:59 CET 2009


> On Sun, 22 Nov 2009 00:58:36 -0600 (CST), jrickman at myamigos.us wrote:
>> When running "modprobe coretemp" in Fedora Core 12, the module fails to
>> load.
>>
>> Output from /var/log/messages:
>> Nov 22 00:30:15 acer-nas-01 kernel: i2c /dev entries driver
>> Nov 22 00:30:20 acer-nas-01 kernel: coretemp: Unknown CPU model 1c
>> Nov 22 00:30:20 acer-nas-01 kernel: coretemp: Unknown CPU model 1c
>> Nov 22 00:33:15 acer-nas-01 kernel: coretemp: Unknown CPU model 1c
>> Nov 22 00:33:15 acer-nas-01 kernel: coretemp: Unknown CPU model 1c
>>
>> Server is Acer H340 NAS with Intel Atom 230 CPU. Also tested on
>> SuperMicro
>> MBD-X7SLA-H-O motherboard with Atom 330 CPU.
>>
>> Both systems have the following files loaded:
>> lm_sensors.x86_64              3.1.1-4.fc12
>> lm_sensors-libs.x86_64         3.1.1-4.fc12
>>
>> Is there a solution to this problem?
>
> Support for the Intel Atom was only added to the coretemp driver in
> kernel 2.6.32, which should be released within a week or two now.
>
> When kernel 2.6.32 is released, you will have to upgrade to this
> kernel, or backport the coretemp driver from that kernel to the one
> you're running.
>
> --
> Jean Delvare
> http://khali.linux-fr.org/wishlist.html
>

Thank you very much for the update. I will look forward to the next kernel
release.






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