GNOME Sensors Applet 1.7.10 reviewDownload
GNOME Panel Applet can display system temperatures, fan speeds and voltage readings from hardware sensors under Linux. Supported
GNOME Panel Applet can display system temperatures, fan speeds and voltage readings from hardware sensors under Linux.
ACPI thermal zones, via the Linux kernel ACPI modules
Linux kernel i2c modules (for kernel 2.6).
lm_sensors and i2c packages (for kernel 2.4)
Linux kernel i8k module (for Dell Inspiron Laptops).
Linux kernel PowerPC modules therm_adt746x and therm_windtunnel.
hddtemp daemon for reading temperatures from S.M.A.R.T. equipped disks.
Linux kernel Omnibook module.
Includes a simple, yet highly customizable display and intuitive user-interface.
Alarms can be set for each sensor to notify the user once a certain high or low value has been reached, and can be configured to execute a given command at given repeated intervals.
Only requires the standard GNOME libraries (libpanelapplet-2) to install since is written in C.
GNOME HIG v2.0 compliant
NOTE: Debian, Fedora and most other users need to do a ./configure --prefix=/usr to ensure the applet is installed in the correct place.
For i2c support: Linux kernel 2.6 with appropriate i2c modules loaded OR
Linux kernel 2.4 with lm_sensors package installed (libsensors)
For i8k support: Linux kernel 2.6 with i8k module enabled ("Support for Dell laptops" (CONFIG_I8K))
What's New in This Release:
Fixed bug where when upgrading from a previous version, the graph size would always be restored from the previous version setting rather than the new version. (Fixes Debian Bug #393937)
Added support for separate high and low alarm commands to allow for things like hysteresis fan control
Added Czech translation (thanks to Vitezslav Kotrla)
Updated HDD icon to be more consistent with others
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