My fan values from sensor are:
By the way I'm having a ARM Edge 13.Code:acpitz-virtual-0 Adapter: Virtual device temp1: +26.8°C (crit = +100.0°C) k8temp-pci-00c3 Adapter: PCI adapter Core0 Temp: +54.0°C Core0 Temp: +53.0°C Core1 Temp: +50.0°C Core1 Temp: +51.0°C thinkpad-isa-0000 Adapter: ISA adapter fan1: 652 RPM temp1: +0.0°C temp2: +58.0°C temp3: +58.0°C temp4: +0.0°C temp5: +0.0°C temp6: +0.0°C temp7: +30.0°C temp8: +0.0°C
1. since when did Lenovo begin selling ARM Edge 13? well since when did Lenovo began selling ARM based machines anyway!
2. and if its ARM based, how come you've got two cores!
my sensors output is:
no fans! no other cores!Code:$ sensors acpitz-virtual-0 Adapter: Virtual device temp1: +39.0°C (crit = +105.0°C)
while booting, it shows:
thinkpad_acpi: Not yet supported ThinkPad detected
any Edge owner got this sorted?
known bug and people are working on it.
That is why am i asking-i had sl510 and it has same/similar firmware as Edge-no "real" Thinkpad...
MacBook Pro7,1, Ubuntu 11.04 64bit
Hey I have a think pad edge, I got headphones to work on my computer(thanks to this forum) and for a while I had problems with the hibernate/suspend disconnecting me from the INTERNET then freezing when I tried to reconnect. However after a unnoticed update these problems where "fixed" as far is I could tell. However in the last update or two the suspend hibernate problems have resurfaced. This time with a vengeance.
Whenever I close the lid or let it go into suspend/hibernate my computer freezes on a black screen. And I think I might be experiencing overheating; it seems hotter and is significantly slower.
Has anyone else been experiencing these problems?
I have a think-pad edge with AMD chip-set
I know this does not help but I am also fairly Linux illiterate. However I really do appreciate a lot of things about Ubuntu.
the problem i believe is not with the suspend or hibernate, but with the wifi connection. it happens a lot of time with me.
so if you have a wifi connection, which 'connects automatically', that's the cause of freeze!
check out this thread, i posted nearly the same thing! its reported to have a driver problem!
This page has a better description of how to install the driver (the link above deoesn't decribe how to remove the ubuntu driver). Installing the Realtek driver stoped my connection dropping as often and I get a better reception. I had to reinstall it after a kernel update though, as it went back to using the Ubuntu driver.