Monitor Temperature from Ubuntu Linux GNOME applet

Curious about the temperature of your CPU while you are overworking it? With computer-temp GNOME applet, you can easily monitor temperature of each component of your computer with the help of Linux kernel built-in hardware sensor.

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Computer Temperature Linux GNOME Applet

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Computer Temperature Applet
is available from Ubuntu repository, and be added by right clicking GNOME Panel and selecting “Add to Panel…” option from the context menu.

5 Replies to “Monitor Temperature from Ubuntu Linux GNOME applet”

  1. Great post!

    In Ubuntu 8.04, the coretemp kernel module may not be loaded by default. Thus one needs to configure to load by default.

    In addition, to get the disk temperature showing, one needs to install hddtemp as well (and configure as service).

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