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 Post subject: CPU Temp
PostPosted: 7. May 2011, 23:19 

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I'm sorry for the basic question, but how do I see my CPU's temperature?

I am almost completely new to Linux - I only use it to crunch Boinc. I tried Google for solutions but they didn't work for me. I am pretty new at this so I'm sure there is something obvious that I'm missing. Thanks!

 Post subject: Re: CPU Temp
PostPosted: 8. May 2011, 07:42 
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Assuming you are running the gnome desktop, right click on the top panel bar and select "Add to panel", then select "Hardware Sensor Monitor". You will then have to enable the type of temp display for each core. If that applet does not show up in the "Add to" list then use the synaptic package manager to install it.

If you also want GPU temperature then get the latest version here
you may have to build it.

best regards

 Post subject: Can you show me how to install it?
PostPosted: 28. Aug 2011, 15:35 

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Hi BeemerBiker

Can you make a YouTube video of how to install the temperature monitor on Dotsch/UX? Or perhaps take a few screen shots of you installing it (or step-by-step instructions for us dummies) and post it on a blog or something? I'm battling to get it right with the synaptic manager. I think it will help a lot of people who chose Dotsch because they are not good with Linux.


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