[lm-sensors] Fintek F71862FG Super IO Sensors only shows coretemp correct.
schenkenberger at gmail.com
Thu Sep 8 23:09:48 CEST 2011
the bios is already up to date. sorry, this is the first time i use a
2011/9/8 Guenter Roeck <guenter.roeck at ericsson.com>
> On Thu, 2011-09-08 at 16:32 -0400, Hans de Goede wrote:
> > Hi,
> > First of all please those drop the list from the To / CC
> > list, if you start a discussion on the list it is sort
> > of list reader friendly to also finish it there.
> > On 09/08/2011 09:07 PM, Daniel Schenkenberger wrote:
> > > dmesg says:
> > >
> > > [ 216.007958] f71882fg: Found f71862fg chip at 0x290, revision 18
> > > [ 216.008806] ACPI: resource f71882fg [io 0x0290-0x0297] conflicts
> with ACPI r egion IP__ [io 0x295-0x296]
> > > [ 216.012580] f71882fg f71882fg.656: Invalid (reserved) pwm settings:
> > >
> > > i added "acpi_enforce_resources=lax" to my grub. if i boot without this
> the module won't load.
> > That is not necessarily a good idea, see:
> > To quote myself from that page: "a really bad idea and can cause all sort
> of issues
> > (including things like changing CPU / RAM voltage or clock speed)."
> > So be warned!
> > Now back to the problem, which is:
> > [ 216.012580] f71882fg f71882fg.656: Invalid (reserved) pwm settings:
> > Reading the data sheet, this means that the pwm settings for
> > fan 2 and 3 are: 00 and 00, where as fan 1 has 01. The data sheet gives
> > the following table for these:
> > 00: Reserved
> > 01: Auto fan speed control, fan speed will follow different temperature
> > different duty cycle (voltage) that define in 0xB6-0xBE.
> > 10: Reserved
> > 11: Manual mode fan control, user can write expect duty cycle (PWM fan
> > type) or voltage(linear fan type) to 0xC3, and F71883FG will output this
> > value duty or voltage to control fan speed.
> > Never mind the F71883FG in there, this really if from the F71862FG
> > (copy paste error in the data sheet), see:
> > http://www.fintek.com.tw/eng/products.asp?BID=1&SID=17
> > So the driver bails because something, likely the BIOS on your board has
> > written an illegal value to the Fan mode Select Register.
> > I guess the BIOS only setups fan 1 and the *cough* brilliant *cough* BIOS
> > developers decided to just write 00 as value for the other fans, sigh.
> > There are really 2 things we can do here:
> > 1) Overwrite the BIOS settings, tricky, could do this with a module
> > 2) Instead of not binding the driver at all, allow the driver
> > to continue normally, but don't register the pwm interface. This requires
> > some thinking wrt modifying the code a bit though.
> > 1 is a really bad idea IMHO, so I'll think a bit about doing 2.
> Or 2a): Don't create sysfs entries for a fan if its mode value is
> invalid (reserved).
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
More information about the lm-sensors