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Old 04-28-2011, 02:47 PM   #16
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while this is good advice I just want to point out that this is a resurrected thread that was started in 2007 ...
Didn't see that, thanks for the hint.
 
Old 10-13-2012, 06:21 AM   #17
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According to your kernel version you are still using Debian Etch. Etch is not supported anymore (no security updates) since February 2010. I would strongly recommend to upgrade at least to Lenny, better to Squeeze.
while this is good advice I just want to point out that this is a resurrected thread that was started in 2007
All good at well, but it's Q4 2012, and I'm trying to resolve the same issue on a Netgear RNDP6000, which runs Debian Etch

And upgrading it is out of the question.

That said, haven't quite managed to sort out an answer... there are /sys/bus/acpi/devices/LNXCPU* but nothing thermal. The fans do kick on automatically when things get hot, and I (for some reason) presume this is software driven.

Unfortunately the only thing i know supports ACPI for sure, is the power button. Are (*cough*) Were there any packages for Etch?
 
  


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