Re: Read voltage Rtc Cmos for Ubuntu/Debian
- From: Loki Harfagr <l0k1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: 04 Nov 2011 19:33:33 GMT
Fri, 04 Nov 2011 16:23:05 +0100, ElChe did cat :
"Pascal Hambourg" <boite-a-spam@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> ha scritto nel messaggio
ElChe a écrit :
It possible, read, with some program utilities, the battery voltage
If the system board has a sensor which monitors the CMOS/RTC battery
voltage (check in the BIOS setup), it should be possible to read it with
usual voltage/temperature/fan speed monitoring tools such as sensors
from the lm-sensors package.
I have installed lm-sensors, sensors-detect, but not found chip for read
cpu and other parameters.
My hardware is laptop HP compaq nc6000.
do you mean that kind of nc6000?
[if so you'll find (at least partial) answers on this page]
Hp use particular chip for this
well, HP used to use every simple way to publish fast a new
model every twelve minutes, it somtimes implied that some
shortcuts were boldly taken, now if you compare to Sony's
usage they were widely less erratic and user hostile (probably
a good reason why they quit the end-user stuff market)
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