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Hi, I am interested in installing lm sensors on my FecoraCore2 machine. The system has the following specs:
Power Supply: 400W ePowertec
Memory: 192MB SDRAM
DVD: 16x Lite-On
Motherboard: Asus MEW-VM with Hewlett Packard BIOS that employs Award Phoenix
Add-On Cards: 3 x NICs
Hard Drive: WD 80GB
Processor: 500MHz Celeron
This motherboard is quite old and I have been unable to find any information related to this motherboard on the internet..... even Asus doesnt offer information on it anymore however it uses the Intel 810 chipset and I see the Intel 810 along with its bus driver for lm sensors.... however I don't recall if there were any other sensor chips on the motherboard... I dont have the documentation for the board since it was quite a while ago and then when examinimg the motherboard I cant read anyof the different chips since their text is faded away and hard to read. Is there a way in linux to tell if theres any sensors onboard for your motherboard, since as I said there is a lack of documentation in this situation.
Also, I have never installed lm sensors before does anyone have any recommendations or know of any good tutorials that cover the install process?