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Tgauge displays lm_sensor readings with gauge-style graphics on GNOME or ROX panels or in a window. Tgauge is a tool for displayin
Tgauge displays lm_sensor readings with gauge-style graphics on GNOME or ROX panels or in a window.
Tgauge is a tool for displaying lm_sensors readings. Instead of boring old numbers, tgauge uses graphical representations designed to look like the gauges on a car dashboard. Or anything else if you care to make a theme for it. tgauge stands for temperature gauge because I designed it mainly for monitoring my CPU temperature.
Tgauge can be run in a window, but it's really meant for use on a panel; it supports the Gnome (version 2) and ROX panels.
Download the appropriate package from the Sourceforge files page. You'll probably need to compile it. For ROX this will happen automatically the first time you run the program from the ROX filer. For Gnome use:
then add the applet to the panel using the menu.
GTK+ 2 and its dependencies such as glib 2
libpanel-applet2 and its dependencies such as Gnome 2, if you want to use the Gnome applet version of tgauge
What's New in This Release:
The main feature of this release is that it no longer depends on gconf.
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