> >You are welcome to consolidate these into a single driver allowing > >userland access to those values & finer thermal control :) A bit > >like Colin Leroy did for the recent models ... > > I'll try to make some steps in this direction ASAP. > Thanks for the informations. For kernel 2.6, you can try this patch and maybe use it as a base. It adds support for ADM103x to the therm_adt746x driver. However it is completely untested, not even compiled, and lacks features such as manual control and fan speed measurement. If it doesn't work, any patch would be welcomed :) the chips docs can be found at http://www.analog.com/UploadedFiles/Data_Sheets/878926113ADM1030_a.pdf http://www.analog.com/UploadedFiles/Data_Sheets/27250527ADM1031_a.pdf In this patch i made a few assumptions about sensor locations. ADM1030 has two (local and remote), i considered local=cpu and remote=gpu; ADM1031 has three (local, rem1, rem2), i considered rem1=cpu, rem2=gpu, as it is the case for iBook G4 and 2003 AlBooks. HTH, -- Colin This message represents the official view of the voices in my head.
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