Not sure if this is actually the correct subforum, but i couldnt find anything more suitable really.
Anyways, heres the problem:
The it87 module is supposed to be compatible with the IT8625E chip found on my x570 board.
…but apparently its not.
ISA bus, address 0xa20
Chip `ITE IT8625E Super IO Sensors’ (confidence: 9)
Github does have a it87 dkms driver that lists this chip as supported, so i was wondering weather or not
the driver thats shipped with Manjaro is actually the same.
In any case, its been a while now since the ryzen3000 launch and it would be sweet if this long standing
issue would finally be resolved.
I feel really stupid by now, but i cant figure out how to actually load the module,
since theres already a it87 module present.
If i chuck an it87 entry into /etc/modules-load.d it’ll load the one shipped with the
kernel, and appending the version number doesent seem to work either.
If i try insmod it87/152.2b8b4fe it tells me the file wouldnt exist…
Alas, my google-foo is also failing me atm, so yeah, i feel kinda stupid by now.
/edit: At least im assuming it loads the stock driver, since sensors-detect gives me
the same “needs to be written” output.
modinfo doesent give me either a sig key nor a sha512 however. Im confused.
Oddly enough srcversion is 8751A3F781CA00A9A53AF2C which doesent match
either of the 2 youve postet. Oo
If thats supposed to do the trick, then no. sensors-detect still reports “to-be-written”.
I guess the git-dkms package simply isnt working then.
Oh well, still thanks a ton for helping me out. At least i feel slightly less stupid now. :o
/edit: That means however that we still aint got a working driver for the cursed chip.
Alas my BIOS doesent do a good job at controlling the fans either, so this thing is
way louder than it has any right to be.