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Old 11-08-2003, 12:16 AM   #1
Giallo998
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Question lm_sensors and i2c install help


I am trying to get lm_sensors and i2c installed, but it seems that I am Linux Illiterate when it comes to this one. The documentation on the sites for lm and i2c are written such that to me it may as well be in greek. On some of the pages it says to run a few commands to see whats what and I get command not found. I expected to get that for sensors-detect, but shouldn't the lsmod do something? I have gkrellM running, but no temp or fans support, as I have no i2c or lm-sensors installed. The cpu temp is the reason I got gkrellM in the first place. Is there an installation guide or a step by step for the Linux illiterate such as myself? Thanks in Advance.

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