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Re: G4 Powerbook System Fan UBUNTU Feisty

Gotcha.  Yes, GPU, CPU, and fan speed are displayed.  There is also a Hard drive temp sensor, and a battery temp sensor on my machine.

Matthew Polashek

On Jul 3, 2007, at 2:00 AM, Gerfried Fuchs wrote:

On Mon, Jul 02, 2007 at 06:19:04PM +0200, booster wrote:
Matthew Polashek wrote:
OK so after snooping around and with everyone's help I've come to 
understand that my powerbook G4 17 has 2 sensors.  I believe there is on 
on top of the processor and one below, but that could be wrong.

One should be the CPU temperature sensor (sensor1) and the other one the 
GPU temperature sensor (sensor2).


I know that the HD could also deliver temperature data (there are
applications in MacOS X that can read it) but I did not yet find a
suitable solution for Linux (didn't try hard tough).

 The GNOME Sensors Applet for the panel displays them all three to me,
including the fan speed.

 So long,

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