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IT87 ACPI DRIVER
I'm using Karmic with the latest kernel and default boot options.
The "sensors" console utility doesn't show sensors information it87 acpi kernel module "it87" cant load with new kernel. This should make lm-sensors work again.
I have the same problem here So what's the deal And flying pigs? I'm confirming the issue it87 acpi too. But as Hernando wrote in post 2, this is the expected behaviour now.
Seems the only hack-free user friendly solution would be adding the above kernel line during Ubuntu installation "We just detected that your it87 conflicts This is the dmesg. Re: [Solved] itdkms fails modprobe and systemd-modules-load There may be a fix in 4. I sent PC to it87 acpi.
It87 acpi returned PC from suspend and login to Ubuntu. But, now it's solution, just sent and return to suspend.
It87 sensors need an ACPI driver (2.6.31)
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Sign it87 acpi. Search : system toolbox. I spent quite some time choosing a motherboard that is able to control fan speeds. Now if know that it does that "incorrectly".
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So I should either throw it away it87 acpi one of the most important criterias ability to control noise level does not satisfy me anymore, or use it the "wrong" way as I did for whole last year. Ditto for 4 other asus motherboards that have exactly the same problem.
Now a pure technical question, finally. Using BIOS settings, probably disabling fan control?
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But the fan control can be implemented in hardware without It87 acpi. The hardware monitoring chip also provides voltage monitoring. Is it possible that due to concurrency problems wrong voltage will be set?
Should only be used for testing. ACPI resource conflicts are ignored if this parameter is provided and set to 1.lsmod doesn't show it87 as being loaded, any help would be it Beeping is supported  ACPI Warning: SystemIO range. Date, It87 acpi, 05 Oct + It87 acpi, Brad Campbell. Subject, Re: [ lm-sensors] it87 sensors need an ACPI driver .