Can gnome-system-monitor show temperatures?

Asked by markie on 2010-05-30

Can gnome-system-monitor show temperatures too? This would be useful because sometimes you may wish to see what temperature your CPU is running at and if its getting hot constantly.

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2010-05-30
Ryan Dwyer (ryandwyer) said : #1

I use a better solution. Right click the top panel and choose Add to Panel. Choose Hardware Sensors Monitor. Then right click, choose Preferences and modify to your liking.

GREG T. (ubuntuer) said : #2

go to software center , in the top right in the little window type in cpu temp . on mine it is the third one down the list . cpu temperature monitor ,install it then restart your pc . then on the top or bottom panel click a blank spot add to panel in the list you will find cpu temperature monitor add it. then you click it and set preference to what you want
 should fix you up .

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