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Re: utility for temperature

On Wed, Sep 07, 2005 at 10:54:46AM +0200, roberto wrote:
> Hello 
> actually i take control of proc temperature via the following command
> :~$ cat  /proc/acpi/thermal_zone/THM/temperature
> but i'd like to ask if there exists some X utility to do this in KDE,
> by some other program which uses that command or something similar...

Look at package ksensors.  I'm not sure if it picks out this
particular file.  But here is the description:

$ apt-cache show ksensors
Description: lm-sensors frontend for KDE
 This is a lm-sensors frontend for KDE for monitoring a motherboard.
 It allows you to access information from temperature and fan speed
 You will need lm-sensors kernel modules to use this package.

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