Hardware sensors framework and some drivers using it

Johannes Hofmann Johannes.Hofmann at gmx.de
Wed Sep 26 08:24:15 PDT 2007

Compiles and runs fine on my Thinkpad T42p. But I don't know how to
enable the lm/it driver, nor do I know whether I have supported hardware
for these drivers.
Anyway, thanks for your work.

Hasso Tepper <hasso at estpak.ee> wrote:
> I made the hardware senors framework originally developed in OpenBSD work
> in DragonFly. The porting work from OpenBSD is not done by me, but by
> Constantine A. Murenin <mureninc at gmail.com> as GSoC 2007 project for
> FreeBSD. I only adapted it for DragonFly.
> The announce from Constantine is here:
> http://www.nabble.com/GSoC2007:-cnst-sensors.2007-09-13.patch-p12667739.html
> http://leaf.dragonflybsd.org/~hasso/sensors-01-framework.patch contains
> the framework itself - the kernel code, sensorsd daemon and patches for
> sysctl(8) and systat(1). Sensorsd daemon isn't much tested due to lack
> of hardware drivers.
> http://leaf.dragonflybsd.org/~hasso/sensors-02-coretemp.patch contains
> the coretemp(4) driver for Intel Core on-die thermal sensors. Coretemp(4)
> uses the sensors framework.
> http://leaf.dragonflybsd.org/~hasso/sensors-03-it-and-lm.patch contains
> it(4) and lm(4) drivers for some common hardware monitor chips. Note that
> only chips attached to ISA are supported. I don't have any hardware to
> test these with, so any tests are welcome.
> If noone objects, I plan to commit this work in the weekend.

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