It allows you to access information from temperature, voltage, and fan speed sensors. Try upgrading you version: Post as a guest Name. You can run watch sensors to see temperature values updating each second. I checked the page, that advised me to use ipmitool.
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sensors – How to get core temperature of haswell i7 cores in i3status – Unix & Linux Stack Exchange
This package contains programs to help you set up and read data from lm-sensors. Using ‘sensors’ from lm-sensors and ‘watch’ from procps pkgyou can real-time monitor sensors data on the command line via: Then you will get asked a lot coeetemp questions about what hardware you want the program to detect.
Coretdmp it is built into the kernel then it’s OK. No, that will give you the frequency. To configure sensors run this command and type yes for all questions: Do you want to scan for them?
You can get a very detailed write-up with installation instructions here: Unfortunately it’s not possible or at least I don’t know how to change its background color, so it doesn’t look very nice with linxu standard Ubuntu theme.
Blauhirn Linux is reporting temperature as “” which is This is usually safe.
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Your command-line solution may not work for all. So how do I get it? This is simpler than the answers about lm-sensors. How to get core temperature of haswell i7 cores in i3status Ask Question. Worth noting that you need to install the lm-sensors package for this to work. Mrinal 6 4. On that plot, the x-axis is CPU usage, right? If you’re lucky, your laptop will support an array of sensors.
So change your rule to something like this: Yeah it didn’t work for me. It gives warnings about being risky. Just so you guys know, none of this install junk like sensors are needed. I want to use i3status to display my CPU-Core temperatures haswell i7. Stop cpu from overheating. It can be installed from Ubuntu repositories by clicking psensor or typing: It works with RH6.
You can set alarms to notify you when a tempertature is reached. And, it also doesn’t always give the same information.
Install lm-sensors sudo apt-get install lm-sensors After installation type the following in terminal sudo sensors-detect You may also need to run sudo service kmod start It will ask you few questions. You can sign up for a free trial here. With a little coding, you can for example obtain the Temp vs CPU coreteml your system. On my machine, sensors provides the temperature whereas acpi -V doesn’t show anything about it, unfortunately.
It is still less bloated than a space-eating applet. Now to find temperature type this command acpi -t.