Darac Marjal <email@example.com> writes:
> On Tue, Oct 23, 2012 at 02:14:29PM +0200, lee wrote:
>> [ 12.509295] f71882fg: Found f71889fg chip at 0x600, revision 21
>> [ 12.509364] ACPI: resource f71882fg [io 0x0600-0x0607] conflicts with ACPI region HMOR [io 0x605-0x606]
>> [ 12.509372] ACPI: If an ACPI driver is available for this device, you should use it instead of the native driver
>> Is there an ACPI driver available for this chip, and if so, which one
>> would that be? Sensors only says:
> You can look at this page: http://www.lm-sensors.org/wiki/Devices. You
> want to find a line for your sensor with "ACPI" in the "bus type"
> (fifth) column.
> Alternatively, read this FAQ on the subject:
> (This is a summary of my searching the web for "ACPI: resource
Yeah I've found the same results, and they don't tell me if it's
possible to get some more output or not. I've never seen lmsensors
really working with any board I've had. All the information I could
find for lmsensors with my particular board was old. The conclusion can
only be that lmsensors is obsolete because it persistently doesn't work
and that I'll be better off getting a digital thermometer and attaching
its sensor to an appropriate place.
But who knows, perhaps it does work and I only need to find out how to
get it to work.
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