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Re: utility for temperature

Maurits van Rees on 07/09/05 12:35, wrote:
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.

and GKrellM is good too


There are places I'll remember, all my life, though some have changed, like Debian Linux

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