[LINUX] My Asrock 330 ION Tweaks, Tips, Tricks, and Fixes! - Printable Version
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- X3lectric - 2010-02-03 22:00
ok my bad...
Just tested and step 3 extracts the files without creating a folder with the files... to confirm files are extracted you can do
and you should see the files you need like e.g. so
then run 5 through 8 though for me remote works without reboot
for some reason Jaunty previous distro unzip files creating a folder with files inside hence why cd (change directory) foldername
obviously if files are now extracted without folder this could account why it failed...
if by running ls -all and if files are outside folder like that then do as I explained if they for some odd reason are inside a folder you have to cd into that folder to run the dpkg -i cmd.
You can also run that command from anywhere without cd into folder but you have to do dpkg -i /usr/src/filename.deb or alternatively dpkg -i /usr/src/foldername/filename.deb
hope that clears up any issues with the how to for you.Let me know by posting outputs so if doesn't work we can try help.
- rossoneri711 - 2010-02-04 01:27
ok so i extracted the folder on to the desktop, performed the steps again correctly and it still doesnt work.
here is the output
- andyblac - 2010-02-04 02:46
X3lectric Wrote:andy this is what I have pulled off to see if ACPI is using the IO is question and to see if the IO for
this is NOT availible in Jaunty, so we will have to use coretempl, the .ko file is there but the device is not found.
- monty0815 - 2010-02-04 11:35
Warning: This might crash you computer.
Perhaps somebody using Jaunty might want to try forcing another chip, try another chip id and use it like this
I don't have a Jaunty install, but other chip ids seem to work in karmic (less values reported, but otherwise ok).
- BoyBastos - 2010-02-04 11:51
monty, can you outline an install for karmic? thanks.
PS on my screenlet i have core temp monitored and its always between 53-62 C. i havent installed sensors yet this is from the screenlet app tho.
i am using a foxconn nt-3301 box same specs atom 330
- monty0815 - 2010-02-04 12:20
Your temperatures seem about right, so you should probably not change anything. I guess you have another sensor chip on your mainboard or coretemp simply works for your setup, the instructions and discussions in this thread might apply to your setup, but the are mainly intended for the AsRock 330HT.
Are you on a fresh karmic install? Perhaps post the output of the sensors command or try running sensors-detect, if you really want to....
As for a full installation guide, you should probably check out the beginning of this thread and various other threads in this forum.
- BoyBastos - 2010-02-04 12:24
thanks monty i havent installed lm sensors
i just installed a fresh karmic and xbmc on my system just wanna see what i can get more for it hehe. Sorry for troubling you but am new to linux will try to follow the guide hehe will let you know.
- the_alien - 2010-02-04 12:29
rossoneri711 Wrote:ok so i extracted the folder on to the desktop, performed the steps again correctly and it still doesnt work.
Show us your "/etc/lirc/hardware.conf"
- monty0815 - 2010-02-04 12:41
I meant after installing it like this:
ION HT 330 Hardware comparison cmd's as root - X3lectric - 2010-02-04 14:41
This is a Extension Post for main 3 due to 10K chars limitation per post.
Compare your ION based platform Hardware with the Asrock ION HT -The ION platforms share 1 common denominator they all manufactured by Pegatron regardless of who's name is silk screened on mobo. can be useful to determine if any of what is posted on this is ok to use with your platform. For your consideration the outputs of the following cmds are placed here all ran as root.
lshw cat /proc/cpuinfo lspci lshw -class network cat /proc/ioports cat /proc/iomem cat /proc/interrupts