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alpm - Acer Aladdin 15x3 Power Management controller driver.



      alpm - Acer Aladdin 15x3 Power Management controller driver.


      device smbus
      device alpm


      This driver provides access to the Aladdin 15x3 Power Management Unit.
      Currently, only smbus controller function is implemented.
      The embedded SMBus controller of the Aladdin chipset may give you access
      to the monitoring facilities of your mainboard.  See smb(4) for writing
      user code to fetch voltages, temperature and so on from the monitoring
      chip of your mainboard.
      smb(4), smbus(4)


      The alpm manual page example first appeared in FreeBSD 4.0.


      This manual page was written by Nicolas Souchu 〈〉


      Only polling mode is supported.


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