Release Notes: Alpha-level support for the AMD 756 SMBus host, many fixes and updates to the gl518sm driver, updates and fixes for device detection, and other little fixes and tweaks.
Release Notes: Major restructuring of distribution for kernel inclusion and patching, several new chip drivers, many bugs fixed, and a new separete up-to-date (Simon Vogl's) I2C distribution which is now under our care. This (or a following minor release) may be the first Lm_sensors distribution to be included in the 2.3.x kernel (despite previous thoughts that it wouldn't make it in time). Kernel patches are now being released at our site to ease the installation process. This release contains many new code bits, so we are in debugging mode.
Release Notes: Support for <a href=http://www.matrix-orbital.com/>Matrix-Orbital</a> LCD and VFD displays using their 2-wire I2C/SMBus interface. Better compatibility with 2.0.x and 2.3.x kernels. Fixes for the Gl518SM driver. This will probably be the last 2.3.x release before some major distribution restructuring in preparation for possible integration into the mainstream Linux kernel.
Release Notes: Better compatibility with 2.3.x kernels in preparation for possible kernel inclusion . Better Voodoo3 and BT869 support, and more minor bug fixes.
Release Notes: Bug fixes and support for the PPC architecture.
Release Notes: Many changes and improvements, many small bugs and problems removed, new insmod parameters, much improved chip detection, new module maxilife, support for MAX1617A, DS1780, W83782D and W83783S, new program sensors-detect, support for all chips for the library and much improved documentation.
Release Notes: More device support, to include Acer Labs Inc. (ALI) M1541 and M1543C South Bridges, the SiS 5595 southbridge, and an array of sensor chip devices from Analog Devices, Linear Technology, Genesys Logic, and more. A new suite of utilities has also been included to do things such as help examine new (and unsupported) devices, parse the contents of EEPROMs on PC100 DIMMs, a daemon to provide email notification of a sensed hardware health problem, etc.
Release Notes: Minor bug fixes, which include better compatibility with older 2.0.x kernels and expanded hardware health monitoring chip drivers. I'd also like to mention that anonymous CVS access is available for up-to-the-minute code. Detailed intructions may be found on the homepage.