On 11/25/2015 05:51 AM, Guenter Roeck wrote:
On 11/24/2015 11:44 PM, Björn Gerhart wrote:
Dear sensors maintainers,
I'm now evaluating for supporting the Nuvoton NCT5523D sensors chip. However, as lm-sensors.org <http://lm-sensors.org/> is down for some time, I'm wondering if the process of development for lm-sensors has changed.
Do you have information about what is going on, and how I could get in touch with the developers without being subscribed to the mailing list right now?
Best and Salut - Björn Gerhart
the mailing list should still work as far as I know. And you can always talk with
me directly - after all, I write the driver.
Is the NCT5523D a variant of one of the existing chips (sometimes the chips from the
NCT55xx series have a silimar ID to other chips from the NCT67xx series), or is it
a new chip ? Do you have a datasheet ?
NCT5523D presents itself as NCT6106D (chip ID is 0xc452), which is already
supported by the Linux kernel. Per datasheet, NCT6106D has additional registers,
but I assume that the respective pins are just not connected on NCT5523D.
Hope this helps,
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