[ltp] Thermal data
Sun, 16 Nov 2003 14:25:15 +0000
This, from the lm sensors page:
1)It is "probably" safe, since thinkpads are now detected
2)But this detection simply stops it running on thinkpads anyway, so no
3)You could get the same information from ACPI.
Jon Solberg wrote:
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> Hi Greg.
> According to http://www.linux-thinkpad.org/links.html it's defenitly
> _not_ recommended to use i2c and lmsensors on a Thinkpad since "IT WILL
> PROBABLY HOSE YOUR EEPROM" (big red scary letters). The information on
> the page is a bit dated however (15 July 2000) so I don't know if this
> also applies to later Thinkpad models. I haven't dared to try with it
> with my R30.
> Greg Meyer wrote:
> | Does anybody here know if it is still dangerous to run lm_sensors on a
> | thinkpad. Are there any sensors on the T41 worth reading?
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