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Computer Temperature Monitor

Computer Temperature Monitor is a little applet for the GNOME desktop that shows the temperature of your computer CPU and disks on screen. It also allows you to log temperatures to a file. You can set alarms to notify you when a tempertature is reached. Several monitors can be added to the panel to monitor different sensors. It is designed to look like the CPU Frequency Gnome applet. This applet used to be called Laptop Temperature Monitor.


Recent releases

  •  04 Sep 2006 17:50

    Release Notes: The way the temperature file is read has been changed to fix a bug in some modules (acpi, ibm_acpi, i8k, and omnibook). Support has been added for Apple G5 computers (windfarm sensors). Support has been added for dynamic log filenames using patterns. A bug that prevented the icon from appearing sometimes has been fixed A GConf key has been added for showing debug information in the applet tooltip. A Simplified Chinese translation has been added. Support has been added to change the logging timeout. There are some bugfixes.

    •  24 Apr 2006 20:17

      Release Notes: The name has changed to Computer Temperature Monitor. Many bugs with the modules have been fixed. The preferences windows have been changed a bit. A German translation has been added.

      •  13 Apr 2006 20:01

        Release Notes: Adds support for monitoring hard disk temperatures (using hddtemp). Adds support for monitoring Linux kernel i2c sensor modules. Adds support for selecting which sensor to monitor (if several are available). Adds Italian and Dutch translations. Fixes bugs in i8k and ibm_acpi modules, and several minor bugs.

        •  10 Apr 2006 09:09

          Release Notes: Support for alarms was added. Support for vertical panel display was added. A French translation was added. Bugfixes and refactorizations were done.


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