Changeset 4856

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Timestamp:
09/23/07 18:35:47 (7 years ago)
Author:
khali
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Drop all references to the MBM website, it's gone now.

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lm-sensors/trunk/doc
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  • lm-sensors/trunk/doc/FAQ

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    356356  3. Check the manufacturer's website or ask their support 
    357357 
    358   4. Check the Motherboard Monitor (http://mbm.livewiredev.com/) 
    359      website and the "links" 
    360      (http://www.lm-sensors.org/wiki/UsefulLinks) page on our website 
    361      (http://www.lm-sensors.org) some good cross-references. 
     358  4. Check the "links" (http://www.lm-sensors.org/wiki/UsefulLinks) 
     359     page on our website (http://www.lm-sensors.org) some good 
     360     cross-references. 
    362361 
    3633623.2.2 Do you support motherboard XYZ? 
     
    864863 
    865864Do you own an ASUS motherboard?  Perhaps your chip is being 
    866 misidentified.  Look on the motherboard (or at 
    867 `http://mbm.livewiredev.com') for a 'Winbond' or Asus chip.  Often the 
    868 real device is an Asus as99127f. If so, the driver can be forced to 
    869 recognize the as99127f with `force_as99127f=BUS,0x2d' where `BUS' is 
    870 your i2c bus number.  Cat /proc/bus/i2c to see a list of bus numbers. 
    871 Read the w83781d module documentation (`doc/chips/w83781d') for more 
    872 details. 
     865misidentified.  Look on the motherboard for a 'Winbond' or Asus chip. 
     866Often the real device is an Asus as99127f. If so, the driver can be 
     867forced to recognize the as99127f with `force_as99127f=BUS,0x2d' where 
     868`BUS' is your i2c bus number.  Cat /proc/bus/i2c to see a list of bus 
     869numbers.  Read the w83781d module documentation (`doc/chips/w83781d') 
     870for more details. 
    873871 
    8748724.17.6 Bus hangs on Ali 1543 on Asus P5A boards! 
     
    10881086 
    10891087  2. Check the manufacturer's website. 
    1090  
    1091   3. Check the Motherboard Monitor (http://mbm.livewiredev.com/) 
    1092      website. 
    10931088 
    10941089   When you know what chips you have, check the Driver Status 
  • lm-sensors/trunk/doc/lm_sensors-FAQ.html

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    589589<li>Look at your motherboard.  
    590590<li>Check the manufacturer's website or ask their support 
    591 <li>Check the <a href="http://mbm.livewiredev.com/">Motherboard Monitor</a> website and the 
     591<li>Check the 
    592592<a href="http://www.lm-sensors.org/wiki/UsefulLinks">"links"</a> 
    593593page on <a href="http://www.lm-sensors.org">our website</a> some good cross-references. 
     
    13731373 
    13741374<p>Do you own an ASUS motherboard?  Perhaps your chip is being 
    1375 misidentified.  Look on the motherboard (or at 
    1376 <a href="http://mbm.livewiredev.com">http://mbm.livewiredev.com</a>) for a 'Winbond' or Asus chip.  
     1375misidentified.  Look on the motherboard for a 'Winbond' or Asus chip.  
    13771376Often the real device is an Asus as99127f. If so, the driver can be 
    13781377forced to recognize the as99127f with 
     
    16451644     <ol type=1 start=1> 
    16461645<li>Look at your motherboard.  
    1647 <li>Check the manufacturer's website.  
    1648 <li>Check the <a href="http://mbm.livewiredev.com/">Motherboard Monitor</a> website. 
     1646<li>Check the manufacturer's website. 
    16491647        </ol> 
    16501648 
  • lm-sensors/trunk/doc/lm_sensors-FAQ.texi

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    318318@item Look at your motherboard. 
    319319@item Check the manufacturer's website or ask their support 
    320 @item Check the @uref{http://mbm.livewiredev.com/, Motherboard Monitor} website and the 
     320@item Check the 
    321321@uref{http://www.lm-sensors.org/wiki/UsefulLinks, "links"} 
    322322page on @uref{http://www.lm-sensors.org, our website} some good cross-references. 
     
    904904 
    905905Do you own an ASUS motherboard?  Perhaps your chip is being 
    906 misidentified.  Look on the motherboard (or at 
    907 @uref{http://mbm.livewiredev.com}) for a 'Winbond' or Asus chip. 
     906misidentified.  Look on the motherboard for a 'Winbond' or Asus chip. 
    908907Often the real device is an Asus as99127f. If so, the driver can be 
    909908forced to recognize the as99127f with 
     
    11251124@item Look at your motherboard. 
    11261125@item Check the manufacturer's website. 
    1127 @item Check the @uref{http://mbm.livewiredev.com/, Motherboard Monitor} website. 
    11281126@end enumerate 
    11291127 
  • lm-sensors/trunk/doc/useful_addresses.html

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    254254<li><span class="toplvl"><a name="other">Other hardware monitoring implementations (not using LM Sensors)</a></span> 
    255255        <ul> 
    256         <li><a href="http://mbm.livewiredev.com/">Motherboard Monitor</a> 
    257                 <br />A very comprehensive package for Windows, unfortunately discontinued. 
    258                 Supports many many devices. Also has a <a href="http://mbm.livewiredev.com/mobolist.html">great 
    259                 database of motherboards</a>. We wish to thank the author, Alex van Kaam, for the 
    260                 great cooperation we had.</li> 
    261256        <li><a href="http://www.lysator.liu.se/~alla/files/lm78_stuff/">Alexander Larsson's 
    262257                LM78 module</a>