Hi Brian, Brian <bvamundsen@xxxxxxxxx> writes: > I'm struggling to get lm-sensors to see the CPU coretemps available on > this motherboard for the CPU. The sensor-detect identified SMSC > LPC47M182, i2c-i801 and aSC7611, but nothing to be written. It also > says "SMSC LPC47m182 Super IO Fan Sensors, (but not activate.)". > Apparently the smc47m1 and smc47m192 don't support smc47m182, since no > driver is listed for 182. Nor does the aSC7621 support aSC7611 > (confidence 5, "driver-to-be-written", but the description available > suggest the aSC7621 extends what Andigilog made available with > aSC7611. The CPU thermal coretemp is monitored and able to be > displayed with the BIOS setup screen, so I know the sensors are > working for it, but why don't they work with Linux? The odd thing is > that /sys/class/thermal/cooling_device0/type is PROCESSOR? > > How would I go about adapting or modify the modules to work properly > on this Intel motherboard? I'm using Slackware64 14.2. > > I've checked that Linux kernel 4.4.231 config has HWMON and THERMAL > set to "yes". Can you post the full output of sensors-detect? Also the output of `sensors -u`, `ls /sys/class/hwmon/` and `cat /sys/class/hwmon/*/name` would be useful. > While this mother board and CPU are old, they are sufficient for my > needs. That's great. No need to keep buying new stuff. Rock on :). Ondrej > Any advice would be appreciated. Cheers, BrianA_MN. > P.S. I'm also on ##kernel, but have not seen any responses to inquiry > there.