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Psensor - A Graphical Temperature Monitor For Linux
Psensor - A Graphical Temperature Monitor For Linux

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The version 1.1.5 of Psensor has been released.

It fixes a CPU overuse when the window lost the focus.

The code source can be download at

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The version 1.1.4 of Psensor has been released.


The website is actually down and should be back before tomorrow.

The Ubuntu utopic package for the last psensor release is now available in the PPA. You can install it using:
sudo apt-add-repository ppa:jfi/psensor-unstable
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install psensor

psensor v1.1.3 has been released

The only change is the addition of the gtk+ 3.14 support.

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psensor version 1.1.2 has been released.

In addition to bug fixes, this release adds support of udisks for hard disk drives monitoring, fan support for nvidia, smoother curve drawing, croatian translation, and few UI improvements.

More information at:

I have added in the dev branch the support of udisks2 for monitoring disk temperature. It avoids to have to deal with the hddtemp daemon and may eventually in the future provide additional information like alerts when the available disk storage is lower than a given threshold.

Smooth graph is enabled by default, but you can turn it off in the preferences.

I should release the 1.1.2 in coming days.

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Without or with smooth graphs (Beziers curves).

I have committed in the dev branch a first attempt to support the monitoring of NVIDIA fans.

Unfortunely, I have no way to test it because I only have fanless NVIDIA cards.
If you have got an NVIDIA card and use the proprietary driver, it would be nice if you can give a try and let me know the result.

Ubuntu users, can easily install the last snapshot of the dev branch by using the PPA: ppa:jfi/psensor-daily-trunk.

Please, launch psensor with debugging enabled "psensor -d3" and send me the result of "grep NVIDIA $HOME/.psensor/log".

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