Comment 44 for bug 392812

2010/1/24 k_laci <email address hidden>:
> I also tested my Dell 1555 with the kernel of Lucid, but the result is
> not positive. Although brightness, lid and eject button work correctly,
> I have problems with the thermal sensors. After resuming the machine,
> the sensors cannot be read (acpi -t reports 0 C) and thus the fans never
> start. As a result, the machine overheats and shuts down after a wile.

I tested your command and I get the following:

~$ acpi -t
Thermal 0: ok, 0.0 degrees C
Thermal 1: ok, 49.0 degrees C
Thermal 2: ok, 57.0 degrees C

Are those values ok? :/

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