The /etc/sensor3.conf of ver. 13.37 stipulates to create a configuration for sensors under /etc/sensors.d.
The current one when used via "sensors" command shows a list of 8 voltages and all but in4 are in alarm state. I have looked at lm-sensors homepage for typical set of set commands and created a list of set commands for in0,in2-in8 and changed labels to look like: in#xxx where xxxx is Vcore, Vbat and voltage values in the order found in the BIOS. I was hoping that having done this and run sensors -s that I would get some different values. I did not.
1) is this an acceptable approach for naming labels?
2) did I leave out a step in the sequence of preparing set up for running sensors command? (presumed that fans and temperatures were covered via /etc/sensors3.conf)
3) I presume use of set commands obviates the need for creating "compute @" commands, is that wrong?