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--- Comment #27 from John Guthrie <guthrie@...> 2009-05-14 04:14:58 EDT ---
(In reply to comment #25)
> Output of acpitool on my system exhibiting the behavior:
> # acpitool -t
> Thermal zone 1 : passi, 65 C
> Trip points :
> critical (S5): 200 C
> passive: 50 C: tc1=4 tc2=3 tsp=60 devices=0xffff8800012372b0
> active: 50 C: devices=0xffff880000f7b990
Here is the output on my system:
leibniz_1008% acpitool -t
Thermal zone 1 : passi, 39 C
Trip points :
critical (S5): 100 C
passive: -248 C: tc1=4 tc2=3 tsp=60 devices=CPU0
active: -266 C: devices= FAN
Note the temperatures that are approaching absolute zero.
One fix that was given all the way back in the URL in comment #7 seemed to
indicate that at one time, you could simply echo trip points that were more
sane into /proc/acpi/thermal_zone/THRM/trip_points. At one time, this
workaround did seem to work. However, it stopped working when that file was
made read-only. Does anyone know why the trip_points file was made read-only
and why the trip points seem to be reading so ridiculously low?
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