Changeset 4197

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Timestamp:
10/06/06 16:39:58 (8 years ago)
Author:
khali
Message:

Delete the icspll driver. It was rather useless, not built by default,
supposedly dangerous, and has nothing to do with sensors.

Location:
lm-sensors/trunk
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2 removed
6 modified

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  • lm-sensors/trunk/CHANGES

    r4196 r4197  
    44SVN HEAD 
    55  Library: Add support for the pc87247 driver (fans only) 
     6  Module icspll: Delete. It was useless and dangerous. 
    67  Program sensord: Add pc87247 support (fans only) 
    78  Program sensors: Add pc87247 support (fans only) 
  • lm-sensors/trunk/TODO

    r4173 r4197  
    7373* maxilife.c: Round REG_TO_VID correctly 
    7474 
    75 * icspll.c: Rewrite. The current implementation simply can't work at all. 
    76   It needs i2c-level access (too bad for SMBus-only adapters). 
    77  
    7875* Support 10-bit addresses. At this moment, they are supported nowhere, except 
    7976  in Simon Vogl's i2c modules. 
  • lm-sensors/trunk/doc/FAQ

    r4170 r4197  
    373373   * Sorted by Manufacturer:   `README' 
    374374 
    375    * Sorted by Manufacturer: 
    376      `http://www.lm-sensors.org/wiki/Devices' 
     375   * Sorted by Manufacturer:   `http://www.lm-sensors.org/wiki/Devices' 
    377376 
    378377   * Sorted by Sensor Driver:  `doc/chips/SUMMARY' 
     
    10321031A clock chip. Often, accessing these clock chips in the wrong way will 
    10331032instantly crash your computer. Sensors-detect carefully avoids these 
    1034 chips. If you really really want to play with your clock chip you can 
    1035 look at `kernel/chips/icspll.c' in our package. But we do not recommend 
    1036 it. You have been warned. 
     1033chips, and you should do too.  You have been warned. 
    10371034 
    103810354.23.2 What is at I2C addresses 0x50 - 0x57? 
     
    10951092     website. 
    10961093 
    1097    When you know what chips you have, check the Newest Driver Status 
    1098 (http://www.lm-sensors.org/wiki/Devices) web page to see if support 
    1099 has been added for your chip in a later release or in SVN. 
     1094   When you know what chips you have, check the Driver Status 
     1095(http://www.lm-sensors.org/wiki/Devices) web page to see if support has 
     1096been added for your chip in a later release or in SVN. 
    11001097 
    110110984.25 Sensors says `Error: Line xxx: zzzzzzz' 
  • lm-sensors/trunk/doc/chips/SUMMARY

    r4154 r4197  
    283283        Xeon scratch eeproms - reads locations only 
    284284 
    285 icspll 
    286         supported clock chips - reads registers only 
    287  
    288285ltc1710 
    289286        ltc1710 two switches only 
  • lm-sensors/trunk/doc/lm_sensors-FAQ.html

    r4170 r4197  
    15771577<p>A clock chip. Often, accessing these clock chips in the wrong 
    15781578way will instantly crash your computer. Sensors-detect carefully 
    1579 avoids these chips. If you really really want to play with your clock 
    1580 chip you can look at <samp><span class="file">kernel/chips/icspll.c</span></samp> in our package. But we 
    1581 do not recommend it. You have been warned. 
     1579avoids these chips, and you should do too.  You have been warned. 
    15821580 
    15831581   <p><a name="What-is-at-I2C-addresses-0x50-_002d-0x57"></a> 
  • lm-sensors/trunk/doc/lm_sensors-FAQ.texi

    r4170 r4197  
    10641064A clock chip. Often, accessing these clock chips in the wrong 
    10651065way will instantly crash your computer. Sensors-detect carefully 
    1066 avoids these chips. If you really really want to play with your clock 
    1067 chip you can look at @file{kernel/chips/icspll.c} in our package. But we 
    1068 do not recommend it. You have been warned. 
     1066avoids these chips, and you should do too.  You have been warned. 
    10691067 
    10701068