F71882FG ACPI DRIVER DOWNLOAD

I installed lm-sensors and everything it’s needed to check the temp, so after running:. Post by Guenter Roeck Do you mean sysfs? If an ACPI driver is available for this device, you should use it instead of the native driver What would be my further actions? Post by Jean Delvare Post by Michael Zintakis In the meantime, considering the specifics of my particular case and the memory regions involved again, I think they are 0xx, a total of 8 bytes in length according to the driver, though if someone more knowledgeable in the ffg driver specifics know otherwise, please feel free to correct this if that assumption is wrong , would it be possible to manually hack into the ACPI code and forcefully prevent it from claiming those memory regions and not get involved in “managing” that particular device? Is there any answer without the need to reboot?

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Purely by observation I’d simply ignore apci acpitz-virtual-0 module, because it obviously produces bogus values. I installed lm-sensors and everything it’s needed to check the temp, so after running: By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie PolicyPrivacy Policyand our Terms of Service.

I think the latter could be a boolean value. Could you please open a new question if you have a new or f71882ffg question?

Fintek ffg ACPI conflict

Post by Andrey Repin Sorry for my terrible english Is it possible to instruct the driver to use a different sensor reading for the temperature in order to determine the speed of the fan? Device or resource busy the output of dmesg tail says: Guenter Roeck Found ffg chip at 0x, revision 32 [ Post by Guenter Roeck Please see http: In my experience, the CPU is usually the first and one for each core but I’m not sure I’d depend on that always being the case.

The unit is millidegrees Celsius. However, when I run sensors the service this driver is not loaded I can’t see any of the fan [ Matthew Garrett For other devices that aren’t registered through the thermal sysfs API, you would need lm-sensors or something acpo.

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Post by Michael Zintakis Initially, when the board is first powered up, all fans all 3 of them are at a standstill because the board temperature is low. Post by Jean Delvare Post by Michael Zintakis In the meantime, considering the specifics of my particular case and the memory regions involved again, I think they are 0xx, a total of 8 bytes in length according to the driver, though if someone more knowledgeable in the ffg driver specifics know otherwise, please feel free to correct this if that assumption is wrongwould it be possible to manually hack into the ACPI code and forcefully prevent it from claiming those memory regions and not get involved in “managing” that particular device?

Fintek f71882fg ACPI conflict

Post as a guest Name. Robert Hancock By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of serviceprivacy policy and cookie policyand that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies. Post by Andrey Repin Alternatively, the BIOS may provide a kickstart, when there’s rise of temperature over certain threshold, like you did in your script.

This should be automatically registered for an ACPI chip. If an ACPI driver is available for this device, you should use it instead of the native driver Could anybody tell me what the above means please?

Andrey Repin I am using Fedora Core 17 with kernel version 3. Post by Michael Zintakis Post by Guenter Roeck Problem is most likely that the BIOS does not “kick-start” the fan sand the chip does not have a register to set a “start fan” pwm value other chips such as the NCTX do have a register for that purpose. Is there any answer without the need to reboot? Post by Jean Delvare Don’t hold your breath though, it will take years before the problem actually gets solved for the end user – if that ever happens.

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Post by Guenter Roeck Problem is most likely that the BIOS f71882fg not “kick-start” the fan sand the chip does not have a register to set a “start fan” pwm value other chips such as the NCTX do have a register for that purpose.

Post by Michael Zintakis In the meantime, considering the specifics of my particular f711882fg and the memory regions involved again, I think they are 0xx, a total of 8 bytes in length according to the driver, though if someone more knowledgeable in the ffg driver specifics know otherwise, please feel free to correct this if that assumption is wrongwould it be possible to manually hack into the ACPI code and forcefully prevent it from claiming those memory regions and not get involved in “managing” that particular device?

F711882fg installed lm-sensors and everything it’s needed to check the temp, so after running:.

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It should probably be set to automatic 2 so the chip can automatically control the fan speed depending on the temperature. After replacing my motherboard I try to get Psensor working correctly but still I cannot get the right temperature for my CPUcore temp, it’s always C degrees.

The bad outcome involves these register accesses racing in a way that disables fan control or thermal trip points and risks causing hardware damage.

G71882fg by Michael Zintakis This is precisely what I stumbled upon when reading the documentation about the kernel acpi parameters today and tried it straight away though, in all honesty, I didn’t have a clue that it is actually a bad idea until I read the article above – thanks for posting!