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Re: Fedora 11 lm_sensors on ASUS MB solved



On Thursday 30 July 2009, Tony Nelson wrote:
>On 09-07-29 23:30:21, Gene Heskett wrote:
>> On Wednesday 29 July 2009, Tony Nelson wrote:
>> >In F9, lm_sensors worked, but in F11, it said "no sensors detected".
>> >Eventually I found
>> >
>> ><http://lists.lm-sensors.org/pipermail/lm-sensors/2009-
>> >January/025063.html>
>> >
>> >which showed that the lm_sensors developers had broken lm_sensors on
>> >purpose for (all?) ASUS motherboards, with an unfinished
>>
>> "improvement".
>>
>> That sucks, and explains why I get the not written yet messages for a
>> motherboard I paid almost $300 USD for.
>
>Let's hope so.  It's not the same message as I was getting.
>
>> >To get lm_sensors working again, add the following to the Grub
>> >kernel boot line:
>> >
>> >    acpi_enforce_resources=lax
>>
>> I'll give this a try, but if the drivers aren't going to be written,
>> ever, whats the use?  Is ASUS being difficult?, I've read hints of
>> their kowtowing to the wannabe king in Redmond, and going out of
>> their way to make life difficult for linux in general.
>
>ASUS doesn't release information on their custom chips.
>
>> >Also ensure that the needed modules are loaded, which may require
>> >the new syntax in /etc/sysconfig/lm_sensors.
>>
>> Link plz. :)
>
>/usr/bin/sysconfig-lm_sensors-convert

No such file or directory on an F10 system.

Thanks Tony.

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