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Thu Mar 31 00:05:14 UTC 2005
Vincent Trouilliez wrote:
>>isn't that something ? it says:
>>tail: cannot open `/proc/acpi/thermal_zone/THRM/temperature' for
>>reading: No such file or directory
> Strange ! :-/
> Do you have ACPI enabled on your motherboard/BIOS ? Maybe your BIOS
> doesn't have ACPI ? Maybe the folder and file names can vary depending
> on the particular motherboard and BIOS.
> Open a Nautilus browser window and locate the /proc/acpi folder,
> hopefully you should have one. Then look into all the various folders
> and files in there, to see what you can find.
right. /proc/acpi/thermal_zone is empty, many others too.
there is even a battery and sony folder there. why ?
> If your BIOS lets you see CPU temp, hopefully you should be able to find
> the info somewhere in /proc/acpi.
processor id: 0
acpi id: 1
bus mastering control: yes
power management: no
throttling control: no
limit interface: no
the manual for my AsRock K7S41 motherboard says i can monitor CPU
also Ubuntu Device Manager does not see the type of my processor
(AMD Sempron 2200+) and i have still no sound.
maybe this cheap hardware is just not supported by ubuntu ?
kind regards philippe
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