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    doron
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    Another question to the experts here: is there a way to read the temperature of the key chips on the Espressobin? Is there a temp sensor on board – and if so, how can I read it?
    lm-sensors can’t figure out a sensor but that doesn’t mean it’s not there.

    Looking under /sys/class/hwmon all I found is one hwmon that reads 230 Celsius – surely my board is not that hot 🙂

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    paulbartell
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    The 88F3720 does not have a built-in temperature sensor… at least none that are documented by Marvell.

    The switch chip does have a temperature sensor (or rather each phy has one). The DSA driver exports a separate hwmon node for each phy in Linux 4.14.

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