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r2804 r4173 17 17 18 18 * Make sure you have the kernel tree corresponding to your current 19 kernel in /lib/modules/ (uname -r)/build. 19 kernel in /lib/modules/(uname -r)/build. 20 20 Even if the source is there, it may not correspond to your running 21 21 kernel. If so, you will have to recompile your kernel. … … 31 31 (i2c-2.9.0 or later). The i2c subsystem found in the Linux 2.4 32 32 kernel trees, even the latest ones, is outdated and won't work. 33 Quickstart for i2c: make; make install; depmod -a 33 Quickstart for i2c: make; 34 34 35 35 * Go back to the lm_sensors directory. Do `make'. 36 36 The warnings about .d files at the start are harmless. 37 If you have compile problems, you probably should not have skipped step 3. 38 Go back and install the latest i2c package. 39 If you still have compile problems, you probably should not 40 have skipped the i2c step above. 41 37 42 38 * Do (as root) `make install'. 43 39 44 * Do (as root) `depmod -a'. 45 46 40 * Verify that /usr/local/lib is listed in /etc/ld.so.conf; 47 add it if it isn't. 48 49 * Do (as root) `ldconfig'. 41 if it isn't, add it, then run (as root) `ldconfig'. 50 42 51 43 * Run (as root) `prog/mkdev/mkdev.sh' to create the device files, 52 unless you already have them or are running devfs . 44 unless you already have them or are running devfs. 53 45 54 46 * Run (as root) `prog/detect/sensors-detect' to detect your hardware, 55 put the lines it suggests into /etc/modules.conf 56 and enter the modprobe lines sensors-detect suggests. 57 Add the line `sensors -s' after the modprobe lines. 58 59 * Reboot, or else type in the modprobe lines and `sensors -s'. 47 put the lines it suggests into /etc/modules.conf, and run all 48 the commands it suggests (`modprobe X', `sensors -s'). 60 49 61 50 * Run `sensors' to see your output.