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Mac Book Core 2 Duo Temperature Sensor kext name and location

Message #1 - Posted 2007/05/25 - davidpryce123

Hi Group,

I have a program that retreives information from temperature sendor on my Power Mac G5.

Do the Mac Book Core 2 Duo have a temperature sensor?

Does anyone know the location of the kext that has temperature sensor information?

The Power Mac G5 is in AppleMacRISC4PE.kext.

Is there anyway to list all the sensors on a platform?

Thanks

David

Message #2 - Posted 2007/05/25 - nospam

Previously, <davidpryce123@yahoo.com.au> wrote:

Hi Group,

I have a program that retreives information from temperature sendor on my Power Mac G5.

Do the Mac Book Core 2 Duo have a temperature sensor?

Does anyone know the location of the kext that has temperature sensor information?

The Power Mac G5 is in AppleMacRISC4PE.kext.

Is there anyway to list all the sensors on a platform?

<http://www.bresink.de/osx/TemperatureMonitor.html> <http://www.bresink.de/osx/HardwareMonitor.html>

Message #3 - Posted 2007/05/25 - Jolly Roger

On 2007-05-25 02:37:54 -0500, davidpryce123@yahoo.com.au said:

I have a program that retreives information from temperature sendor on my Power Mac G5.
Do the Mac Book Core 2 Duo have a temperature sensor?
Does anyone know the location of the kext that has temperature sensor information?
The Power Mac G5 is in AppleMacRISC4PE.kext.
Is there anyway to list all the sensors on a platform?

You might get better response from a software development news group. Try comp.sys.mac.programmer.*

JR

Message #4 - Posted 2007/05/25 - Adrian

Jolly Roger wrote:

On 2007-05-25 02:37:54 -0500, davidpryce123@yahoo.com.au said:

I have a program that retreives information from temperature sendor on my Power Mac G5.
Do the Mac Book Core 2 Duo have a temperature sensor?
Does anyone know the location of the kext that has temperature sensor information?
The Power Mac G5 is in AppleMacRISC4PE.kext.
Is there anyway to list all the sensors on a platform?

You might get better response from a software development news group. Try comp.sys.mac.programmer.*

... or New Guy may step in with some invaluable cooling advice ... --
Adrian

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