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Feedback and Support
As most open source projects we appreciate feedback from our users, and we try to help as time permits. Use one of the following ways to get in contact:
We have a mailing list dedicated to hardware monitoring under Linux: lm-sensors <at> lm-sensors <dot> org.
As many hardware monitoring chips are connected via I2C/SMBus, we also have a list dedicated to the Linux i2c subsystem: i2c <at> lm-sensors <dot> org.
Do not post the same message to both lists. We made two lists for a reason. Find out where your report fits best, and post only to that list. The i2c list is for problem reports and discussions about i2c-core, i2c-dev, i2c bus drivers and the i2c user-space tools. The lm-sensors list, on the other hand, is suitable for problem reports and discussions about the hwmon subsystem, hardware monitoring (sensors) chip drivers, libsensors, sensors and the lm-sensors user-space tools in general.
These lists are intended for both development discussions and user support. You do not require to be subscribed to post. You can subscribe, manage your subscription options or unsubscribe here. We prefer plain text over HTML mails. Beware that attachments of types other than text/plain and text/x-patch are filtered out.
For configuration issues, please simply send your question to the lm-sensors mailing list and do not create a ticket. There are only a few developers reading the tickets while there are dozens of developers and users reading the lm-sensors mailing list.
Note: In order to get rid of spammers, we had to block anonymous creation and edition of support tickets. We created a fake account you have to use instead. First log in with name "ticket" and password "need help" (in one word), then you can create a new ticket and later edit it. Put to CC: your mail please, so that you get a notification when a change occurs. Beware that your e-mail address will be visible to the public.