CPU temperature watching

Frédéric SCHAER fred.schaer at wanadoo.fr
Fri Mar 9 10:37:08 GMT 2007


Well,
Compiling is only required if you own a core 2 duo I think : it's thermal sensor support (associated with some new Winbond chip) has just been added and will be part of the 2.6.21 kernels... for now, it seems that those who have a C2D have to deal with that and patch their older kernel (I could find a pacth that is said to work on 2.6.17-2.6.19 kernels).

Concerning kernel compilation, I'm not really sure what's best : compiling a vanilla 2.6.20+ kernel (without Ubuntu patches ??), or recompiling  the kernel available in apt (kernel-source-2.6.17 ? No 2.6.17.11 ?), or using GIT (see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/KernelCustomBuild or https://wiki.ubuntu.com/KernelGitGuide)

Well, I'm going to (re)try one method... some day, when I find some time ;)

Cheers

> Message du 09/03/07 08:59
> De : "Donn" <donn.ingle at gmail.com>
> A : kubuntu-users at lists.ubuntu.com
> Copie à : "Knapp" <magick.crow at gmail.com>
> Objet : Re: CPU temperature watching
> 
> Sounds like it's not easy. For some reason I'm uncomfortable with compiling my 
> own kernel -- not sure how to synch that with the kernal updates that come 
> out via adept -- not to mention nvidia stuff.
> 
> > To watch the temp try using Ksysgaurd performance monitor. You can add
> > the sensor there. I have it and it always says 40c but I have never
> > had need to change an Ubuntu kernel or anything like that so maybe it
> > is a wrong number.
> This worries me too -- how do you *know* you are seeing a number that is 
> actually real?
> 
> /d
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