Troy Campano | 1 Feb 01:38 2004
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Re: CPU Temp under lm sensors

What's a safe temp for a CPU to run at? My inspiron 8500 laptop runs at
115 F -170 F.

Is this normal?

On Sat, 2004-01-31 at 00:04, Stephen Walton wrote:
> Mike Chambers wrote:
> 
> >I was wondering if this temp reading was inline with what it was suppose
> >to be or how to find out? 
> >
> There is a file, /etc/sensors.conf, which has algebraic formulas in it 
> for converting the raw numbers which the i2c modules return to 
> temperature, fan speed, and the like.  These formulas are specific to 
> your motherboard manufacturer.
> 
> I was lucky.  Tyan has released official versions of /etc/sensors.conf 
> for at least some of its motherboards.  Check with the manufacturer of 
> yours, or do a Google search on "+your_motherboard_manufacturer 
> +sensors.conf"
> 
> Stephen Walton
> stephen.walton located at csun dot edu
> 
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Matt H. | 1 Feb 01:44 2004
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modprobe trying to load sound-slot-1/sound-service-1-0

Hi

I noticed over the past couple days I've been getting logs pertaining
to failed module loading. Specifically sound-slot-1 and sound-service-1-0.

Now I have only 1 sound card and the modules for it are being correctly
loaded, but now something is trying to load these for some strange reason.

I've suppressed the messages using the alias "off" option, but I'm
wondering if anyone could enlighten me as to why these second card modules
are trying to be loaded?

Thank you
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Pedro Fernandes Macedo | 1 Feb 02:01 2004
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Problems trying to rebuild amanda

I'm trying to rebuild the rpm for Amanda (Advanced Maryland Automatic 
Network Disk Archiver) , but I'm having some issues.. During build , it 
tries to find $BUILDDIR/tape-src/.libs , but this .libs directory doesnt 
exist.. I created it myself and the build proceded .. However now I get 
the following error:
+ pushd tape-src/.libs
~/rpmbuild/BUILD/amanda-2.4.4p1/tape-src/.libs 
~/rpmbuild/BUILD/amanda-2.4.4p1
+ install -m 755 amtapetype /var/tmp/amanda-2.4.4p1-root//usr/sbin
install: cannot stat `amtapetype': No such file or directory
error: Bad exit status from /var/tmp/rpm-tmp.50394 (%install)

Probably this is related to the .libs dir..  Any ideas on how can I fix 
this? I need to rebuild these rpms , so I can use amanda on my backup 
server (the standard rpm has one problem.. it runs as "amanda" user ... 
we already have a real user whose login is amanda , so we have to 
recompile amanda to run as the user "backup"...)

Pedro Macedo

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Björn Persson | 1 Feb 02:21 2004
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Re: modprobe trying to load sound-slot-1/sound-service-1-0

> I noticed over the past couple days I've been getting logs pertaining
> to failed module loading. Specifically sound-slot-1 and
> sound-service-1-0.

I get those a lot too. All I know is they appear when something tries to
open /dev/mixer1.

Björn Persson

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Matt H. | 1 Feb 02:28 2004
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Re: modprobe trying to load sound-slot-1/sound-service-1-0

On Sun, 01 Feb 2004 02:21:50 +0100, Björn Persson wrote:

>> I noticed over the past couple days I've been getting logs pertaining to
>> failed module loading. Specifically sound-slot-1 and sound-service-1-0.
> 
> I get those a lot too. All I know is they appear when something tries to
> open /dev/mixer1.
> 
> Björn Persson

Do you think removing /dev/mixer1 and maybe /dev/dsp1 would fix this?
Would it be safe to delete these two devices considering I have only one
sound card?

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des1gner | 1 Feb 02:45 2004
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Re: modprobe trying to load sound-slot-1/sound-service-1-0

maybe you would have more joy using alsa and oss emulation? or is 
alsa standard on fedora now.  I dont know because I went for 
http://www-ccrma.stanford.edu/planetccrma/software/ straight 
away...it is great!!

At 11.28 +1000 01.02.04, Matt H. wrote:
>On Sun, 01 Feb 2004 02:21:50 +0100, Björn Persson wrote:
>
>>>  I noticed over the past couple days I've been getting logs pertaining to
>>>  failed module loading. Specifically sound-slot-1 and sound-service-1-0.
>>
>>  I get those a lot too. All I know is they appear when something tries to
>>  open /dev/mixer1.
>>
>>  Björn Persson
>
>Do you think removing /dev/mixer1 and maybe /dev/dsp1 would fix this?
>Would it be safe to delete these two devices considering I have only one
>sound card?
>
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Matt H. | 1 Feb 02:57 2004
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Re: modprobe trying to load sound-slot-1/sound-service-1-0

On Sun, 01 Feb 2004 12:45:25 +1100, des1gner wrote:

> maybe you would have more joy using alsa and oss emulation? or is alsa
> standard on fedora now.  I dont know because I went for
> http://www-ccrma.stanford.edu/planetccrma/software/ straight away...it is
> great!!

I am already using ALSA drivers. And just a FYI, FC2 will come standard
with ALSA; FC1 still uses the OSS.

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Stephen Walton | 1 Feb 03:27 2004

Re: CPU Temp under lm sensors

On Sat, 2004-01-31 at 16:38, Troy Campano wrote:
> What's a safe temp for a CPU to run at? My inspiron 8500 laptop runs at
> 115 F -170 F.

This is roughly 45 to 75 C.  45C is fine, 75 is too hot.  Most
sensor.conf files I've seen alarm at 70C.

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Randy Kelsoe | 1 Feb 03:50 2004
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Re: CPU Temp under lm sensors {Scanned}


Stephen Walton wrote:
> On Sat, 2004-01-31 at 16:38, Troy Campano wrote:
>
>>What's a safe temp for a CPU to run at? My inspiron 8500 laptop runs at
>>115 F -170 F.
>
>
> This is roughly 45 to 75 C.  45C is fine, 75 is too hot.  Most
> sensor.conf files I've seen alarm at 70C.

Could be your sensors.conf file needs some tweaking. If your bios has a
page to look at the temp, fan speeds, etc., you might look at the cpu
temp, then boot up and compare it to the sensors output.

Mike Chambers | 1 Feb 04:17 2004

dulug.duke.edu mirror

Anyone else noticed that this rsync mirror isn't deleting packages when
it syncs with Fedora development?  Seems to now have 2-4 versions of the
same package instead of deleting the older ones.

Seth?

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