lm_sensors can't find s#!t for lib's

lm_sensors can't find s#!t for lib's

Post by frank pirron » Sun, 31 Dec 1899 09:00:00




>    This app has to have the sorriest, most fragmented, contr-
> dictory docs going..... unfortunately it appears to be about
> the only application for reading hardware monitors from the
> SMBus and i2c-piix4 for Linux.  I need it, I run a seriously
> o/c'd p3-450 (608mhz). <rant off>  If it helps, I have a Soyo
> 6ba+III mobo that is capable of reading the SMBus to get the
> cpu's internal core temp, voltages, etc....works great in W98,
> I spend most all my time in linux tho.

>   I finally managed to get lm_sensors 2.4.2, and the included /i2c,
> to compile and load. The modules that 'sensors-detect' said I need
> are now loaded by my 'rc.local' and 'conf.modules'.  'dmesg' says
> so.   I ran 'sensors-detect' several times and it was consistent.
> Kernel's a 2.2.13-31Tom (Mandrake & me joint effort, no problems)

> Tryin to run the program .... tho :



> ./sensors: error in loading shared libraries: libsensors.so.0:
> cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

>   -BUT-  'libsensors.so.0' (and the other lib's for lm_sensors)
> is (are) sittin there waitin patiently in  /usr/local/lib/

>     That seem's to be my last problem with this program (hopefully).
> I finally managed to get lm_sensors 2.4.2, and the included i2c,
> to compile and load. The modules that 'sensors-detect' said I need
> are now loaded by my 'rc.local' and 'conf.modules'.  'dmesg' says
> so.  Still 'sensors' can't find the d#$%#m library file(s) ????

>    Well, it's not my only problem.  I'm fairly new to linux and
> it's prob'ly that I'm jus' ate up with the dumb a$$, but I sure
> could use some suggestions....



Tom,

Try adding the path line /usr/local/lib to  /etc/ld.so.conf  just like
the others in that config file, and then run /sbin/ldconfig to rebuild
the /etc/ld.so.cache file.  That should allow programs attempting to use
this shared object to locate it.

Frank

 
 
 

lm_sensors can't find s#!t for lib's

Post by Tom Brinkma » Sun, 31 Dec 1899 09:00:00


   This app has to have the sorriest, most fragmented, contr-
dictory docs going..... unfortunately it appears to be about
the only application for reading hardware monitors from the
SMBus and i2c-piix4 for Linux.  I need it, I run a seriously
o/c'd p3-450 (608mhz). <rant off>  If it helps, I have a Soyo
6ba+III mobo that is capable of reading the SMBus to get the
cpu's internal core temp, voltages, etc....works great in W98,
I spend most all my time in linux tho.

  I finally managed to get lm_sensors 2.4.2, and the included /i2c,
to compile and load. The modules that 'sensors-detect' said I need
are now loaded by my 'rc.local' and 'conf.modules'.  'dmesg' says
so.   I ran 'sensors-detect' several times and it was consistent.
Kernel's a 2.2.13-31Tom (Mandrake & me joint effort, no problems)

Tryin to run the program .... tho :



./sensors: error in loading shared libraries: libsensors.so.0:
cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

  -BUT-  'libsensors.so.0' (and the other lib's for lm_sensors)
is (are) sittin there waitin patiently in  /usr/local/lib/

    That seem's to be my last problem with this program (hopefully).
I finally managed to get lm_sensors 2.4.2, and the included i2c,
to compile and load. The modules that 'sensors-detect' said I need
are now loaded by my 'rc.local' and 'conf.modules'.  'dmesg' says
so.  Still 'sensors' can't find the d#$%#m library file(s) ????

   Well, it's not my only problem.  I'm fairly new to linux and
it's prob'ly that I'm jus' ate up with the dumb a$$, but I sure
could use some suggestions....



 
 
 

lm_sensors can't find s#!t for lib's

Post by Tom Brinkma » Sun, 31 Dec 1899 09:00:00


Quote:>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Original Message <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<


regarding Re: lm_sensors can't find s#!t for lib's:


> >    This app has to have the sorriest, most fragmented, contr-
> > dictory docs going.....
> Try adding the path line /usr/local/lib to  /etc/ld.so.conf  just like
> the others in that config file, and then run /sbin/ldconfig to rebuild
> the /etc/ld.so.cache file.  That should allow programs attempting to
use
> this shared object to locate it.
> Frank

   Thanks so much Frank, that did it!   I figured it was jus' me
(an no help from the docs)


 
 
 

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