Anyone thought about, or done any work with lm-sensors under cygwin?
Thu Jun 21 07:09:00 GMT 2001
Thanks for the info. I had looked at MBM a couple of years
ago, but at that time it didn't support my particular Mobo/sensor
combination (FIC VA-503+ / EISCA fan), so I never persued
it. I also hadn't looked at all it's capabilities.
On Thu, 21 Jun 2001 11:29:05 +0400, Andrej Borsenkow wrote:
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>> Subject: Anyone thought about, or done any work with lm-sensors
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>> I have a machine that seems to be having a problem, so I wrote
>> a little Heartbeat program that dumps a heartbeat to a file
>> every configurable period. Well, I'm thinking the problem is
>> heat related, so I would like to have my heartbeat program
>> access the Motherboard sensors, and dump the relevant
>> data with it's heartbeat, so I can see if there is some trend,
>> or critical threshhold that is approached.
>> Can anyone offer any suggestions as to how I might accomplish
>> this, or if this is even doable.
>> Running Windows ME / latest Cygwin
>Most motherboard manufacturers provide monitoring utlities. There is free
>MBM (MotherBoard Monitor) utility that works for most sensor chips
>(assuming, you really have one :-). Sorry, do not have URL handy.
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