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Re: [SLE] [OT] Athlon Processor
  • From: dieter <dieter@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 31 May 2001 19:33:41 +0200 (CEST)
  • Message-id: <Pine.BSF.4.31.0105311930270.75809-100000@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>

I just read in /usr/src/linux/Documentation/i2c/proc-interface:

Whenever i2c-core is loaded, you will find a file /proc/bus/i2c, which
lists all currently registered I2C adapters. Each line contains exactly
one I2C adapter. Each line has the following format:
"i2c-%d\t%9s\t%-32s't%-32s\n", which works out to four columns separated
by tabs. Note that the file will be empty, if no adapters are registered
at all.

Do you have this file /proc/bus/i2c ?
I don't know if this helps but maybe the rest of the documentation does?

>From Paul Abrahams to SuSE listserve about Re: [SLE] [OT] Athlon Processor:

> I've upgraded my kernel to include i2c support (a necessary step, I discovered)
> and ran sensors-detect successfully. I then added the suggested lines to
> modules.conf. But when I try to run "sensors", I get the message, also
> reported by someone else:
> Can't access /proc file
> I was running as root, and lsmod shows that i2c-dev is loaded but unused.
> Paul


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