LM_sensors & IBM Thinkpads - Help

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  1. LM_sensors & IBM Thinkpads

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    Hi All,

    Quick question? Are the developers of LM_sensors (gDesklets) still
    recommending against using LM_sensors with IBM Thinkpads. The
    documentation that I found on the subject is dated... 2003 was the
    latest I could find on the subject.

    So I was wondering if it is ok to use LM_sensors with a later model
    Thinkpad (R51)? Thanks in advance for your help.

    Best,
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    Hakim Singhji
    New York University

    You love peace.
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  2. Re: LM_sensors & IBM Thinkpads

    On Sun, 30 Oct 2005 15:41:14 -0500
    Hakim Singhji wrote:

    >
    > Hi All,
    >
    > Quick question? Are the developers of LM_sensors (gDesklets) still
    > recommending against using LM_sensors with IBM Thinkpads. The
    > documentation that I found on the subject is dated... 2003 was the
    > latest I could find on the subject.



    Until I hear otherwise, I won't be using lm_sensors on my Thinkpad 600e. The Linux on Thinkpads site, http://www.linux-thinkpad.org, lists models known to have problems. I wouldn't use lm_sensors on any Thinkpad though, unless someone else confirms it works on specific models.

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