Dump Super I/O registers (if the Super I/O chip is detected and
superiotool supports the
--dump option for this chip). The output will look something like this:
$ superiotool -d
The idx fields contain the register numbers/indexes of the Super I/O, the val fields contain the contents of the respective register as read from the Super I/O, and the def fields contain the default values for the respective register, as specified in the datasheet.
The numbers in the output are all in hex format, and some special values may also occur: NA stands for not available (i.e., the datasheet doesnt specify a default value for the respective register), RR means reserved (the datasheet explicitly marks this register as reserved), and MM means misc, which can mean several things. Its recommended to consult the datasheet for detailed information about the MM fields.
|Dump extra secondary register contents too, if available. Only in combination with the --dump option. This option will, for instance, dump the environmental controller (EC) configuration registers for the ITE IT8716F chip. The format is similar to the output of the --dump option.|
|List all Super I/O chips recognized by superiotool. The phrase (dump available) following a chip name indicates that superiotool supports the --dump option for this chip.|
Enable verbose mode. This option can be used together with the
The verbose output will not only list for which type of Super I/O the tool is scanning, but also at which configuration port its probing, and which Super I/O initialization sequence is used. If no Super I/O was detected in a probing run, the returned output will be shown, as it may be useful for figuring out which (currently unrecognized) Super I/O chip this may be.
|Show version information and exit.|
|Show a help text and exit.|
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Please see the individual source code files and/or the README file.
superiotool is covered by the GNU General Public License (GPL), either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
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