Subject: Re: more fan sensors via envstat?
To: Chris Kantarjiev <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Anil Gopinath <email@example.com>
Date: 08/10/2005 11:19:52
Check if your board also has an ADT chip along with
the windbound chip. The last time I checked NetBSD did
not support the ADT chip and fans controlled/monitored
by this chip would not show up in envstat.
I have written a driver for the ADT7463 chip and
plumbed the sensor measurement to envstat. If there is
some interest I could check and see if the code can be
--- Chris Kantarjiev <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Nicolas Joly wrote:
> > On Tue, Aug 09, 2005 at 10:35:22PM -0700, Chris
> Kantarjiev wrote:
> >>>According to this chip's docs
> >>>page 22 in xpdf); it only has hardware to read
> three fans.
> >>Pretty interesting, that - I wonder how the BIOS
> is reading all 8?
> > It use more than one sensor. My amd64 box, a Tyan
> S2885, holds 2 sensors.
> Do you have the kernel/envstat configured to read
> both? I'm sort of new at PC
> board-level work, how do I find out the port address
> to try to configure it as
> lm1? From the BIOS setup somewhere?
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