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Re: Monitor cpu temp, fan speed, etc on a Dell PE 1850



On Wed, 22 Mar 2006 12:05:31 -0500
"Craig M. Houck" <chouck@binghamton.edu> wrote:

> Folks;
> 
> I have a call into Dell support so if I get anything from them I will
> report it here....BUT.
> 
> I want to monitor cpu temp, fan speed, voltage etc. all the readings that
> one finds on a properly sensored mobo. The PE1850 I am using has a Xeon
> processor which I understood to have all that built in. Does anyone know if
> that is true?
> 
> I have apt-got the following
> Wed Mar 22 10:36:32 EST 2006    xsensors
>                                 lm-sensors
>                                 lm-sensors-source
>                                    kernel-image-2.6 i2c-source sensord
>                                 lm-sensors-mod-2.9 lm-sensors-mod
>                                 lm-sensors xsensors
> 
> Wed Mar 22 10:43:26 EST 2006    i2c-source
>                                  module-assistant
>                                 kernel-package build-essential dialog
>                                 libterm-size-perl libterm-readkey-perl
>                                 i2c-source module-assistant
> And then did the following
> 1. bash mkDevs.sh
> 2. sensors-detect
> 3. sensors -s

what output do you get? did sensors-detect find any sensors? did the modules required get modprobed? why sensors -s? did you run this as root? why not just sensors?

A

> It finds nothing!!!!
> 
> Am I doing something wrong or does this mobo not have sensors?
> 
> 
> 
> 
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