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Re: rawhide and cooker compared



On Fri, 2008-02-22 at 10:06 -0500, Austin Acton wrote:
> On Thu, 2008-02-21 at 12:28 +0100, Hans de Goede wrote:
> > Some remarks (based on TFA, not on the mailinglist post):
> > 
> > 
> > * sensors working with lm_sensors
> > 
> > Note: I'm an upstream lm_sensors contributer and co-maintainer of most sensor 
> > related packages in Fedora.
> > 
> > About lm_sensors not being installed by default, thats because for the average 
> > users lm_sensors is not usable as it requires manual configuration.
> > 
> > About telling the user that he should run sensors-detect after installing 
> > lm_sensors, when and how do you envision this being told to the user?
> 
> Urpmi spits a message out to the command line post-install:
> 
> [austin blackbox ~]$ cat /usr/share/doc/lm_sensors/README.urpmi 
> * To use this package, you'll have to launch "sensors-detect" as root,
> and ask few questions.
>   No need to modify startup files as shown at the end, all will be done.
> * Special note for via686a and i2c-viapro : if you dont see the values,
> you probably have a PCI conflict.
>   It will be corrected in next kernel. Change
> the /etc/sysconfig/lm_sensors to use i2c-isa + via686a
>   (or i2c-viapro + another sensor)
> 
> [Sorry for the Mandriva English.]
> In the case that the package in question is installed via rpmdrake,
> urpmi message pop up in a graphical text box.

Yikes!  The Mandriva English, it is contagious!

... a urpmi message will pop up in a graphical text box.

/o\

Austin


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