• anyone can get this (phpsysinfo) working on 1.2.3-RELEASE?

    i always get this error

    No Hardware Monitor found!!
    InitMBInfo: Unknown error: 0

    i tried run this command..

    mbmon -A

    InitMBInfo: Unknown error: 0
    This program needs "setuid root"!!

    /usr/local/bin/mbmon -A

    InitMBInfo: Unknown error: 0
    This program needs "setuid root"!!



    ls -la /usr/local/bin/mbmon

    -r-sr-xr-x  1 root  wheel  42720 Jul  5  2008 /usr/local/bin/mbmon

    anyone knows what im doing wrong here?

  • afaik mbmon will only work with old/limit hardware

    A tty motherboard monitor for LM78/79, W8378x, AS99127F, VT

  • is there any other that can get temp?

  • Rebel Alliance Developer Netgate

    If you are lucky, you may have a MB which directly supports temp reporting via ACPI

    From the CLI, try this:

    sysctl hw.acpi.thermal

    If you get some data, it might be usable. Though I don't think phpsysinfo is smart enough to pull it from there.

  • HI!
    i had phpSysInfo installed on my old and now also on my new installation but on the new one it shows me an error.

    File   	             Line   	Command    	          Message
    common_functions.php 	213 	/usr/local/bin/mbmon 	ioctl(smb0:open): No such file or directory
                                                           Return value: 0

    Dont really know what this should mean. The mobo is an Supermicro P4DP8-G2.

    Perhaps some of you would have an idea?

  • Rebel Alliance Developer Netgate

    That means that your new motherboard does not have a supported smbus controller (or the driver didn't load/attach), and thus does not support reporting data properly.

  • so its more of a warning


  • Rebel Alliance Developer Netgate

    It isn't fatal for most statistics, but it does mean you probably won't see temperature data. So yes, mostly a warning.

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