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Manual Reference Pages  -  CHM (8)

NAME

chm - console display motherboard pm chipset data information

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
Bugs
See Also
Author

SYNOPSIS

chm [-I-| -S ] [-fkh] [-d delay] [-x duty] [-r register] [-w value]

DESCRIPTION

chm is a console application that provides a visual various readings provided by the hardware monitoring chipset on your motherboard.

The following command line options are available:
-I Use the /dev/io interface instead of /dev/smb0. Required for versions of 3.x before Nov 01 1999 and some motherboards without SMBUS supported chipsets.
-S Use the SMBUS interface (default). This is only available if SMBUS support is compiled in.
-f Use Fahrenheit temperature scale.
-k Use Kelvin temperature scale.
-h Display help.
-d n Microseconds to wait between updates.
-x duty
  Set fan speed to duty percent of full voltage.
-r register
  Read a register directly from the chipset, use decimal.
-w value
  Write value to register specified by -r, to chipset. **KNOW WHAT YOU ARE DOING**

The following kernel configuration options are required to use the /dev/smb0 interface:

controller      smbus0
controller      iicbus0
controller      iicbb0 
controller      intpm0               
device          smb0    at smbus?

BUGS

Currently, the intpm(4) controller is only available in FreeBSD 4.0+ and 3.3-STABLE after 01 November 1999 although the /dev/io interface may work on old versions and more motherboards.

SEE ALSO

intpm(4), smb(4), smbus(4)

AUTHOR

Mike Muir <mmuir@es.co.nz>.

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