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Old 10-13-2012, 10:53 PM   #1
waddles
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setting up sensors3.conf


I finally have figured out how to setup each voltage but having problem.
The direction in sensors3.conf (Slackware 13.37) said to create a file (with just my info) and put it into sensors.d. I did that but no change. I changed the name of the original sensors3.conf and put the one I made under sensors3.conf under /etc. That had no change either.
Am I supposed to put the changes in the original sensors3.conf file ?
If so where and should I leave what exists there in place and just add my info (at the end is my guess)?
Anyone have a similar problem and can help?

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