Re: Kernel module 'thermal'

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Anne Wilson wrote:
> I've not had much luck with lm-sensors on this box, so when LXF ran an article 
> on it this month I decided to try again.  The first thing it talks about is 
> the kernel module 'thermal'.
> # lsmod | grep thermal
> #
> # modprobe thermal
> FATAL: Module thermal not found.
> It goes on to say that you can type 'acpi -t' to get the same output:
> acpi -t
> -bash: acpi: command not found
> Perhaps this is why lm-sensors can't get any info?
> Any hints?
> Anne
Try acpitool instead of acpi. The acpi and thermal are built into
the kernel, not as modules...


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