Post by Michael Zintakis One last question though this is more specific to the ffg driver: I am trying to take control and initialise my fan censors and “sensors-detect” is telling me that the chip on the board is “Fintek fa at 0x, revision 32”. Guenter Roeck ISA adapter Core 0: Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. I think the latter could be a boolean value. Post by Guenter Roeck Please see http:
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JoKeR 4, 4 32 ISA adapter Core 0: Andrey Repin I installed lm-sensors and everything it’s needed to check the temp, so after running:. Post by Michael Zintakis Initially, when the board is first powered up, all fans all 3 of them are at a standstill because the board temperature is low. This should be automatically registered for an ACPI chip.
Fintek f71882fg ACPI conflict
Robert Hancock Thanks a lot finally I got something to work now it shows temp and fan rpm etc just using sensors in terminal. I have a similar problem with my whg hardware monitor driver. Because on all 3 fans, I have this set to 1, which, I am assuming is when the fans are stopped. Could you please open a new question if you have a new or follow-up question? I am using Fedora Core 17 with kernel version 3. Device or resource busy the output of dmesg tail says: Post by Michael Zintakis In the meantime, considering the specifics of my particular case and the memory regions involved again, I think they are 0xx, a total of 8 bytes in length according to the driver, though if someone more knowledgeable in the ffg driver specifics know otherwise, please feel free to correct this if that assumption is wrongwould it be possible to manually hack into the ACPI code and forcefully prevent it from claiming those memory regions and not get involved in “managing” that particular device?
Post by Guenter Roeck Problem is most likely that the BIOS does not “kick-start” the fan sand the chip does not have a register to set a “start fan” pwm value other chips such as the NCTX do have a register for that purpose. In my experience, the CPU is usually the first and one for each core but I’m not sure I’d depend on that always being the case.
Bug # “the sensors don’t show real CPUcore temp” : Bugs : lm-sensors package : Ubuntu
I am trying to take control and initialise my fan censors and “sensors-detect” is telling me that the chip on the board is “Fintek fa at 0x, revision 32”. Guenter Roeck Post by Michael Zintakis Hello, I hope this is the right place to place my query! When I run “sensors” the program I see very limited information, acpitz-virtual-0 Adapter: It’s not safe for two different codepaths to access the same hardware without having any kind of locking, so if your system firmware declares that V71882fg is using the temperature device the hardware sensors v71882fg will refuse to.
The comment section is not suitable or meant for new questions or extended discussion. If an ACPI driver is available for this device, you should use it instead of the scpi driver Could anybody tell me what the above means please? Post by Michael Zintakis whether the ffg driver should interpolate values between the temperature points in order to determine fan speed, but can’t be sure.
Post by Guenter Roeck Please see http: Could any of the more knowledgeable on here explain why is it such a bad idea please?