Changeset 4493

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Timestamp:
06/27/07 14:43:53 (7 years ago)
Author:
khali
Message:

Update the references to the lm-sensors package.

Location:
i2c-tools/trunk/eeprom
Files:
5 modified

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  • i2c-tools/trunk/eeprom/ddcmon

    r4167 r4493  
    77# 
    88# Parts inspired from the ddcmon driver and sensors' print_ddcmon function. 
    9 # Copyright (C) 1998-2004  The LM Sensors Group 
     9# Copyright (C) 1998-2004  Mark D. Studebaker 
    1010# 
    1111# Parts inspired from the fbmon driver (Linux 2.6.10). 
  • i2c-tools/trunk/eeprom/decode-dimms.pl

    r4293 r4493  
    7474# EEPROM data decoding for SDRAM DIMM modules.  
    7575# 
    76 # Two assumptions: lm_sensors-2.x installed, 
    77 # and Perl is at /usr/bin/perl 
     76# The eeprom driver must be loaded. For kernels older than 2.6.0, the 
     77# eeprom driver can be found in the lm-sensors package. 
    7878# 
    7979# use the following command line switches 
  • i2c-tools/trunk/eeprom/decode-edid.pl

    r4165 r4493  
    3333# allowed horizontal and vertical refresh rates. 
    3434# 
    35 # Using the LM Sensors modules and tools, you have two possibilities to 
     35# Using the eeprom kernel driver, you have two possibilities to 
    3636# make use of these data: 
    37 #  1* Use the ddcmon driver and run sensors. 
    38 #  2* Use the eeprom driver and run this script. 
     37#  1* The ddcmon script. 
     38#  2* This script. 
    3939# Both solutions will return a different kind of information. The first 
    4040# method will report user-interesting information, such as the model number 
  • i2c-tools/trunk/eeprom/decode-vaio.pl

    r4164 r4493  
    4747# EEPROM data decoding for Sony Vaio laptops.  
    4848# 
    49 # Two assumptions: lm_sensors-2.6.3 or greater installed, 
    50 # and Perl is at /usr/bin/perl 
     49# The eeprom driver must be loaded. For kernels older than 2.6.0, the 
     50# eeprom driver can be found in the lm-sensors package. 
    5151# 
    5252# Please note that this is a guess-only work.  Sony support refused to help 
  • i2c-tools/trunk/eeprom/decode-xeon.pl

    r4489 r4493  
    1818# 
    1919# 
    20 # Two assumptions: lm_sensors-2.3.1 or greater installed, 
    21 # and Perl is at /usr/bin/perl 
     20# The eeprom driver must be loaded. For kernels older than 2.6.0, the 
     21# eeprom driver can be found in the lm-sensors package. 
    2222# 
    2323# To do: