[Bug 296478] Re: coretemp doesn't support intel atom processors

vajorie vajorie at gmail.com
Mon Jan 4 20:28:26 UTC 2010

Re: comment #36

when you say "same problem," do you mean you're having coretemp report
hdd temperature or nothing at all?

Re: comment #34

I'm not sure how good an idea it is to replace files from unknown
sources (no offence to comment #33). Not a good security practice. I
think you might instead wanna compile coretemp from its source file as a
module. Get its latest version (source, not compiled; I browsed Linus'
git tree -??- at kernel.org to get it) and try using the following link
to compile it into your kernel: http://www.cyberciti.biz/tips/compiling-
linux-kernel-module.html (it is not a step by step guide but more like a
reference point to start your compilation) Make sure you have build-
essential and kernel-headers packages installed...

"modinfo coretemp" proved useful for me when I was doing this (shows,
among other things, which file you are using as your module).

Re: comment #30

This is not an ubuntu-specific issue (hence the link to the upstream bug
report). It got introduced with a new upstream kernel, hence a new
version of ubuntu... I'm using Arch and having issues...

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