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.
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
· 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: [ read full changelog ]
· Fix bug #3002075 - value temperature is missing
· Update the pmu-sys plugin to handle new kernel interface (thanks to Alexey Smazhenko for the patch). Fixes bug LP #402064