ok, so lmmon is just giving this output without actually being able to talk
to the lm86 chip.
Talking with Pascal in pcengines, this chip is only accessible through smbus
as is the core geode temperatures. The alix board can only give cpu and
board temps, no volts etc.
This will require reasonable changes, and may not be accurate anyway...
On Wed, Jan 6, 2010 at 10:51 AM, Andrew White <andywhite at gmail dot com> wrote:
> I flipped my alix onto m0n0wall, and mbmon doesn't find a controller, but I
> think it's an LM86 according to their circuit diagram on their site, and
> mbmon doesn't list this in it's chipset list
> lmmon does give some data , but I need to figure out what this represents ,
> and it it's correct. seems like offsets are needed, but may have 3.3v and
> 5v,12v-12v and -5v listed
> /tmp/lmmon -m -s -i
> On Tue, Jan 5, 2010 at 10:05 PM, Marten Vijn <info at martenvijn dot nl> wrote:
>> > so some results 8.0-STABLE FreeBSD 8.0-STABLE #0 r201528
>> > soekris 4501 => not working
>> > wrap 2e => not working
>> > wrap 1c => not tested (won't boot tinybsd)
>> > alix 3d2 => not working
>> > alix 1c => works, but temperature is way higher than the board is 69.0,
>> > 64.5, 63.0.
>> I also tested lmmon, mbmon or env4801)
>> wrap 1c => not working
>> net4826 => not working
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