Error with "Coretemp"
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Tue Sep 4 20:02:33 UTC 2012
On Tue, 4 Sep 2012 13:17:21 -0600 (MDT), Warren Block wrote:
> On Tue, 4 Sep 2012, Maxim Galkin wrote:
> > Hello, my name is Maxim. Can u help me with my question?
> > I want to know the temperature of the CPU with the values ??of sysctl.
> > The command "sysctl-a | grep tempe" ... any results
> > I rebuilt the kernel with the remark:
> > device coretemp
> > just trying to add a module with kldload.
> > # kldstat
> > May 1 0xc0400000 b65944 kernel
> > February 1 0xc0f66000 22d0 accf_http.ko
> > March 1 0xc0f69000 30d4 coretemp.ko
> > Anyway sysctl s not display temperature.
> > My CPU:
> > Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 1.4GHz (1400.09-Mhz 686-class CPU)
> From coretemp(4):
> "The coretemp driver provides support for the on-die digital thermal
> sensor present in Intel Core and newer CPUs."
> So the Pentium 4 is too old to be supported by that driver.
> sysutils/mbmon might work. Some P4 systems might not have accessible
> temperature monitoring.
I've successfully been monitoring CPU temp with a Intel Pentium 4
processor on FreeBSD 5 and 7, using xmbmon and some kernel configuration
tweaks, such as the inclusion of:
With xmbmon, temperatures could then be queried.
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