AnalogMachine Collection: Temp VU

Karamba & Superkaramba

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This is the latest addition to the AnalogMachine Collection. The 2.6 linux kernel's i2c support provides a reliable way to monitor hardware temperature, a feature that I was often asked to provide. So here it comes at last, with a look similar to discVU, using both an analog needle ranging from 10 to 80 °C and a 2-digit numerical field.
The package contains 3 themes for CPU, motherboard and PSU respectively.
Please read the README file for configuration instructions.
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15 years ago

V. 0.2
The current second version (0.2) presents a big difference to the earlier one. My python skills, although still at abysmal depths, have now enabled me to perform the required hocus-pocus so that I can use the shell utility's "sensors" output for both detecting available sensors and thus offering a combobox-style configurator AND obtaining the temperature value.
Therefore, there is no more need for you - the end user - to fiddle with the cryptic files under /sys/bus/i2c/devices/ and hand-edit the script.

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15 years ago

V. 0.2
The current second version (0.2) presents a big difference to the earlier one. My python skills, although still at abysmal depths, have now enabled me to perform the required hocus-pocus so that I can use the shell utility's "sensors" output for both detecting available sensors and thus offering a combobox-style configurator AND obtaining the temperature value.
Therefore, there is no more need for you - the end user - to fiddle with the cryptic files under /sys/bus/i2c/devices/ and hand-edit the script.

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