[lm-sensors] ITE IT8721F, IT8758E it87 standalone driver report
khali at linux-fr.org
Thu Apr 7 09:37:21 CEST 2011
On Thu, 7 Apr 2011 00:17:22 +0400, atr_temp at mail.ru wrote:
> Hello, Lm-sensors.
> Sending report about using standalone driver for IT8721F, IT8758E at
> Ubuntu 9.10 with kernel 188.8.131.52 with motherboard Foxconn D42S.
> I was unable to build just driver from sources, so i put it into my
Can you please report what the problem was? I would like to fix it.
> kernel sources: replace original drivers/hwmon/it87.c with new one.
> Next i compile and install kernel and found a problem:
> > # modprobe it87
> > FATAL: Error inserting it87 (/lib/modules/***/drivers/hwmon/it87.ko): Device or resource busy
> But found a solution:
> > Basically, you need to add a new kernel line in your menu.lst to fix
> > this behavior.
> > acpi_enforce_resources=lax
> And it was good for me.
> Now the sensors give me correct output, but without names (temp1, fan1
> and so on), so i had to edit /etc/sensors.conf and now the output is
> correct for me (temp and fans)
> > # sensors
> > acpitz-virtual-0
> > Adapter: Virtual device
> > temp1: +55.0°C (crit = +85.0°C)
> > it8721-isa-0a10
> > Adapter: ISA adapter
> > in0: +2.76 V (min = +1.38 V, max = +2.05 V) ALARM
> > in1: +2.80 V (min = +1.30 V, max = +3.05 V)
> > in2: +2.06 V (min = +0.66 V, max = +2.98 V)
> > +3.3V: +3.41 V (min = +5.66 V, max = +1.87 V) ALARM
> > in4: +1.87 V (min = +2.82 V, max = +2.60 V) ALARM
> > in5: +1.04 V (min = +1.68 V, max = +1.02 V) ALARM
> > in6: +2.23 V (min = +1.43 V, max = +1.48 V) ALARM
> > 3VSB: +3.24 V (min = +4.37 V, max = +0.72 V) ALARM
> > Vbat: +3.05 V
If you want help to figure out the labels and scaling factors of the
remaining voltage inputs, please go to your BIOS, find the hardware
monitoring menu, and write down all voltage values it reports. If a
given item oscillates between different values, write them all down.
> > CPU Fan: 903 RPM (min = 14 RPM)
> > Sys Fan: 0 RPM (min = 12 RPM) ALARM
Are these correct?
> > CPU Temp: +54.0°C (low = -107.0°C, high = +80.0°C) sensor = thermal diode
> > temp2: -56.0°C (low = -10.0°C, high = +127.0°C) sensor = thermal diode
> > M/B Temp: +35.0°C (low = -61.0°C, high = +127.0°C) sensor = thermal diode
Apparently temp2 isn't connected so you can add:
to your configuration file. You could also adjust the temperature
limits for temp1 and temp3.
If you come up with a good configuration file, please post it and I'll
add it to the wiki.
> For more information look at my blog post
> (in Russian language)
Unfortunately I can't read Russian.
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