On Mon, 2010-01-04 at 14:14 +0000, Andrew White wrote:
> This seems to be for lm chipsets, so for my system which has a via686
> chipset, it gives wrong data.
> mbmon supports -p chip:
> When you say you found lmmon more successful, what were the problems with
> mbmon ? (I don't want to do this if it's only going to work for a small %)
1. I just tested mbmon on ~5 sytems running FreeBSD 7.1 - 8.0
and it never works:
What I do
cd /usr/ports/sysutils/mbmon && make install
it complaints about not having /dev/smb0 (which not there). so I,
kldload smb smbus
(but still no /dev/smb0)
and also intpm iicbus iicbb
2. I have been checking lmmon a bit more. It seems lmmon gives the same
anwser on diverent servers, I did not notice that before. (sorry)
So this info use useless... At least I have got lmmon working in EEEbox
given fan temp and voltage.
Do you any pointers / suggestions on mbmon?
> On Mon, Jan 4, 2010 at 12:54 PM, Marten Vijn <info at martenvijn dot nl> wrote:
> > On Mon, 2010-01-04 at 12:01 +0000, Andrew White wrote:
> > > mbmon
> > hi
> > I found lmmon more succesfull on more hardware (lmmon -i),
> > However a lot of hw only gives volts and fanspeed but no temp..
> > I am not sure whether this concerns to my complete set of hardware.
> > Hardware which I recently tried are soekris net4501 and some via boards.
> > If wished I could test my WRAP (1c,2d), Alix (1c,3d2) and soekris (45xx
> > + 48xx) and optionally some via boards.
> > I switched from monowall to Tiny/NanoBSD, so any change to monowall
> > wouldn't be used by me.
> > cheers Marten
> > >
> > --
> > Marten Vijn
> > linux 2.0.18 OpenBSD 3.6 FreeBSD 4.6
> > http://martenvijn.nl
> > http://opencommunitycamp.org
> > http://wifisoft.org
linux 2.0.18 OpenBSD 3.6 FreeBSD 4.6