RE: SS4000E Fan speed, LEDS and power button
I wonder if you could expand on how you built the 3.4 kernel? I've not
succeeded to define a kernel config that will create a bootable kernel and
launch the debian installer as the does the kernel at
From: Arnaud Patard (Rtp) [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Tuesday, July 17, 2012 3:44 PM
To: Chris Wilkinson
Subject: Re: SS4000E Fan speed, LEDS and power button
"Chris Wilkinson" <email@example.com> writes:
Please note that I'm about to talk about em7210 so things may be different
> Has anyone succeeded to control the fan speed according to
the fan is handled by a w83792*.
> control the front panel LEDS and power off with the power button on
> this device?
The leds are handled by the f75111 chip from fintek. There's a driver here
http://git.rtp-net.org/?p=ss4000e.git;a=tree The needed patches are :
I'm using them on top of 3.4 for several weeks now.
For the buttons, there's em7210_add_gpio_keys.patch. It was relying on
custom gpio input driver but there's nowadays needed stuff in mainline.
> I built http://lm-sensors.org/ but it couldn't recognize any sensors.
> I also haven't been able to figure out how to set up 4 disks in a
> RAID5. The d-I only prompted to install 1 disk. I can format/mount the
> other 3 and but don't know how to create the 4-disk RAID.
RAID5 needs only 3 drives, so create the RAID5 on 3 drives and then add the
last one as spare.
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