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Old 04-10-2009, 10:58 AM   #1
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Why didn't the kernel devs include modules for coretemp in

I have a intel q6700 processor. I wanted to modprobe coretemp so I can get valid reads on the temps of my cpu. I tried modprobing but the module isn't there. I took a look at make xconfig and the option for coretemp was nowhere to be found. Where would I be able to find the module?
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Originally Posted by trist007 View Post
Where would I be able to find the module?
You might try looking at a later kernel version. It looks like that module was not added to the mainline kernel source until 2.6.22.


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