My question is related more with Linux and Debian then with OMV, but I hope you will not kick me from here
I saw some time ago then Linux kernel 5.8 has a driver/module for newer Zen base CPUs to monitor energy. I was hoping that after updating kernel to 5.8 on my OMV 5 installation new monitoring device will appear in /sys/class/hwmon, but it didn't
After searching throughout Internet I didn't find anything about manually enabling something, everyone show that after installing new kernel or whole distro new module is in place.
Anyone know if I need to do/install something, maybe kernel 5.8 is not enough and I need to wait for some additional modules to be added by OMV maintainers?
I have B550 board with Ryzen 3600 so new energy module should work with it.
lm_sensors doesn't find new sensors.
Here is link to article about it: