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Old 11-04-2004, 03:10 PM   #1
Registered: Oct 2004
Distribution: Slackware, CentOS
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sensor wackyness

Ok so I want to use lmsensors, and it works well.... for the most part. It doesnt seem to read the voltages correctly. I played with the config file and fixed the VCore1 miscalulation. But the -5V and -12V still are not right. And the math they use, I just cant figure it out. so it still have ALARM next to them two. While I can live with it, hahaha I like to have things in the best of working order. So any ideas? Oh yea how can I forget! I'm using the it87 module. I also have i2c-viapro loaded. kernel 2.6.7 Slackware 10


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