[ale] gkrellm and cpu temp / fan speed
jeffrey.b.layton at lmco.com
Thu Feb 12 07:46:00 EST 2004
You have to have i2c and lm_sensors in your kernel (or as
modules). Then you have to uses the "sensors-detect"
command to find the sensors. It will tell you what modules
need to be loaded and what you need to do to yout
Do a 'lsmod' to see if any i2c and sensors modules are loaded
(if they are built as modules). If you don't see any, then I bet
you need to run sensors-detect.
Once it detects a sensors, you will see entries in,
> I've got a motherboard that shows cpu temp and fan speed with the bios.
> I want this to appear in gkrellm, but have not found a plugin that
> supports it. I understand I need to have lmsensors installed. How do I
> know if it is, and what else needs to be done to get the info to appear
> in gkrellm?
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