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Checking Your Temperatures In Linux

apemax

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Checking Your Temperatures In Linux - How to monitor your temps in Linux.

In this guide i will show you how to check your temperatures in Linux. This works on all Debian based Linux distros. You will need to install two packages to read your temps. These are: lm-sensors and hddtemp. To install them type this into a terminal:
Code:
sudo apt-get install lm-sensors hddtemp
And type in your password when prompted. Once they've installed run this command:
Code:
sudo sensors-detect
and type in you password when prompted. This command scans your computer for...
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