dave at thefletchers.net
Sat Jul 19 22:16:16 BST 2008
On Saturday 19 Jul 2008, Bruce Marshall wrote:
> You are probably right on this but I see no ACPI in Ksysguard.
> Unless a reboot is necessary. I just loaded the sensor modules and am
> good info out of the 'sensors' command. But Ksysguard isn't telling me a
The program 'sensors' is currently not installed. You can install it by
sudo apt-get install lm-sensors
So I removed lmsensors and did as requested above.
sensors now works for me, which I've never had before, thanks:-
These might seem low, but I'm running an AMD dual core, energy efficient chip
with the enormous OCZ copper conductor heat sink that's got a stack of big
aluminium fins and a proper size fan on the side :-) It should run for ever.
+27°C agrees with what I saw in the BIOS last time I looked.
FACT - Millions of people worldwide continue to pay money to one of the
richest companies in the world for its products, even though perfectly good
software is given away completely free of charge by the open source
community! I can't understand it either.
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