Old versions of xmbmon (1.xx): here
Patch for fixing a long standing bug in xmbmon version 2.00-2.02 (Jun. 20, 2003): here; this is only for Integr. Tech. Exp. IT87xxF sensor chips.
Patch for fixing a long standing bug in xmbmon version 2.00-2.03 (April 7, 2004): here; this is for 2nd and 3rd temperatures in Winbond chips with ISA access (no problem with SMBus access).
For NetBSD users, there is an inconsistency of a header file. Please replace the configure script to the new one here (Sep. 15, 2004).
For users of ASUS A7N8X-VM/400, this patch may help to use xmbmon205; contributed from a user (Jan. 9, 2005).
fflush patch to solve the problem for using pipe to get outputs of mbmon here; contribution by Kensaku Masuda (Jan. 16, 2005).
This is a port to the OS/2 system. Since the compiler system is so different that a simple patch does not work. So this is a new source tree including compiled binaries, here, see instructions (readme_*) in the top directory; contribution by Andreas Buchinger (Apr. 23, 2005).
[NOTE]: The version up above is intended to increase the number of supported hardware monitor chips and SMBus controllers. If the older version works fine on your motherboard, you don't need any version up. A merit of version up is that one binary can be used on as many as machines possible.
[NOTE]: Here is a note for OpenBSD users; if you have a problem, please look at this: in English.
Note the change of the default flag from verion 1.01!
Patch for solving the problem of noisy/distorted sound playback on VIA KT266/333, and KM400 chipset suport, by Wijatmoko U. Prayitno <wijatmoko(dot)prayitno(at)gmail(dot)com> (April 24, 2004): here.
[NOTE(Important!!)]: There is a report by a Notebook user that the use of FVCool causes a serious problem of syncing file systems with a result of crashing the system. Even though it looks no problems when executing FVCool with a result of cooling down the system, you have to carefully check that the system can be rebootable without file-system problems. Don't forget to prepare a means to recover from the system-crash.
[NOTE]: There is a report from a Epox EP-8RDA3+ user that the system freezes after 10 to 30 minites on Linux box (Feb. 1, 2005).
* Paper (full PS version with all figures, Jan. 4, 2001; sccrot.ps.gz, 1118kB): here, published in Progress of Theoretical Physics Supplement No.141, April, 2001, pp. 285-327.
* Lecture Note (only in Japanese!) at Genshikaku-Sanshya-Wakate Summer School, July 2000 at Nagano.
Source + Complied Binary of VNC 3.3.2r2 for HP-UX 9.0x: here
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