Ticket #642 (closed task)
Opened 7 years ago
All 0 readings from ALR Quad6 (Examined/Solved - lm_sensors 2.5.5 Linux 2.4.2-SMP)
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-ALR Quad6 quad Pentium Pro 200
-256 MB RAM
I was able to compile and install lm_sensors ok (from what I can tell).
However sensors reports all 0's.
Here is output from lsmod:
[slinco01@trinity slinco01]$ lsmod
Module Size Used by
ltc1710 3632 0 (unused)
eeprom 4240 0 (unused)
lm75 4176 0 (unused)
lm80 6608 0 (unused)
adm1021 7520 0 (unused)
lm78 8400 0 (unused)
sensors 6336 0 [ltc1710 eeprom lm75 lm80 adm1021 lm78]
i2c-velleman 1808 0
i2c-algo-bit 7680 1 [i2c-velleman]
i2c-dev 3744 0
i2c-core 13360 0 [ltc1710 eeprom lm75 lm80 adm1021 lm78 sensors
Here is modules.conf
[slinco01@trinity slinco01]$ cat /etc/modules.conf
alias net-pf-4 ipx
pre-install pcmcia_core /etc/rc.d/init.d/pcmcia start
alias parport_lowlevel parport_pc
alias block-major-11 scsi_hostadapter
pre-install plip modprobe parport_pc ; echo 7 > /proc/parport/0/irq
alias scsi_hostadapter ide-scsi
alias eth0 3c59x
alias char-major-89 i2c-dev
options lm78 probe=0,0x00
options lm80 ignore=0,0x29,0,0x2a,0,0x2b
options lm75 ignore=0,0x4c,0,0x4d,0,0x4e
Now I know that the motherboard does indeed have sensors on it, for in the
original Quad6 it came with a nifty little LCD panel which displayed CPU
Thanks a lot.
--- Please send us the complete output of sensors-detect.
If your sensors.conf contents are what sensors-detect recommended
then sensors-detect is very confused.
Your first job is to figure out what sensor chips are
really on your board. Look at your board to be sure.
Follow up by sending mail to sensors@…
and reference your ticket number.
closed as very old.
User was advised to say NO to sensors-detect when asked
for undetectable adapters.