hardware-monitor needs build on powerpc

Cedric Pradalier cedric.pradalier at inrialpes.fr
Wed Mar 31 18:48:27 EST 2004

On Wed, 31 Mar 2004 01:02:58 +0200,
Sven Luther gracefully wrote:
> > On Tue, Mar 30, 2004 at 05:03:50PM +1000, Benjamin Herrenschmidt wrote:
>> What I suggest is that if we ever have drivers for the thermal sensors
>> & fan controllers of the Macs, is that those driver are specifically
>> written for the Mac and not some "generic" driver for whatever
>> thermostat chip.
>Yeah, well, i guess you are best placed to write those :)
>Sven Luther

Just as a reminder : I've made a small module (2.6.4) to monitor
temperature on ibook G3 (with the adm103x chip) and to set fan starting
temperature (initially 76 Celcius on my ibook...).

I would be happy with some testing and some feedback.
Get it at http://cedric.pradalier.free.fr
Check /proc/device-tree/uni-n/i2c/fan/device_type to
find which chip you have.


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