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Old 03-08-2008, 04:50 PM   #1
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LXer: Approaching CPU fan management in OpenBSD ... and a bug enters Debian Lenny

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I'm starting with the sensorsd.conf and sensorsd man pages. And this page from has some tips on what /etc/sensorsd.conf does, how to start the sensorsd daemon. I'm not holding my breath, but if I could run OpenBSD (or FreeBSD or NetBSD) on my Gateway Solo 1450 laptop with the fan properly managed, I'd love to be dual-booting it with Debian. Debian Lenny note: While many bugs seemingly got fixed in the Epiphany Web browser in Lenny, one new bug unfortunately has crept in.



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