question from linux board ( not os dependant )

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    question from linux board ( not os dependant )


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    Hope is the first step on the road to disappointment.

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    That does not help.
    I should of mentioned that I searched quite a bit
    on this topic and came up with very little.

    What I did come up with is old dos code (dos.h)

    So if someone could help , rather than pointing to a search
    engine because he or she did not know either, that would be
    great.

    Thanks again.

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    1) Cross posting is not allowed.
    2) You didn't ask a question, you just posted a link to your thread.
    3) Five seconds with google gives me a pdf on BIOS interrupts in C.

    Surely if I can dig that out in five seconds, you can find more in "quite a bit" of searching.

    Quzah.
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    Okay, thanks for the help.
    If you wish to read the question you can.
    My question does not deal specifically with
    bios interupts as to where I read you wouldn't
    use an interupt to read the cpu temp from cmos.

    I found many articles on bios interupts but NONE
    dealing with cpu temp.

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