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    Default GM965 Thermal Sensor detect source code

    It bases on coreboot's inteltool, and I improved it.
    It can detect X3100 temperature on my laptop, but it need to improve.
    Hope you can help me!
    I can be reach at: tombowfly@gmail.com

    http://www.coreboot.org/pipermail/co...er/040853.html

    http://www.coreboot.org/pipermail/co...chment-0001.gz

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    Nice job, I'll give it a try. Have you tried to write any patches to add it for the LM_Sensors project?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael View Post
    Nice job, I'll give it a try. Have you tried to write any patches to add it for the LM_Sensors project?
    Thank you for your advise, and I had get lm-sensors sources to try to add GM965 graphics temp detect support.
    And I just add GM945 support now. Hope anyone interest in it can help me to improve it.


    http://www.coreboot.org/pipermail/co...chment-0001.gz

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    Hi There!

    I'm interested to help you (integrate in lm_sensors).
    I already managed to crash my kernel a few times

    I'll post some code as soon as I have one (that doesn't crash kernel)

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    Quote Originally Posted by satan0rx View Post
    Hi There!

    I'm interested to help you (integrate in lm_sensors).
    I already managed to crash my kernel a few times

    I'll post some code as soon as I have one (that doesn't crash kernel)
    Thank you for interested in it.
    I just release the hwmon kernel module version.
    http://lists.lm-sensors.org/pipermai...er/024658.html

    http://lists.lm-sensors.org/pipermai...attachment.obj

    Sorry for delay reply.

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    heh, at least that does not crash my kernel :P (so far better than my version hehe)

    However:

    igp_base = 0xfed14000
    request_mem_region failed
    gm965_igp: probe of gm965_igp.0 failed with error -16

    I had this problem over and over again!
    seems to be related to that issue:

    *snip of /proc/iomem *
    fed14000-fed19fff : reserved

    hmmmz.

    I'll try to remove the request_mem_region stuff (my driver crashed somewhere later in the sysfxs stuff)

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    ok, this DID work, and didn't crash my kernel.
    AND i have temp outputs. YAY!

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