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I would be the first to concede that Linux users will never be satisfied being denied access to a desktop environment. Linux users have a choice of many different desktop environments, all with their own different styles and strengths. Which desktop environment is best invokes strong feelings. Personally, I have no strong feelings for or against any of the environments available. This is predominately because I still spend a lot of my time either using the Linux console, or, when in X, I end up at a terminal emulator, mostly Terminator.

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  • alarmwatch
    alarmwatch watches the lm_sensors /proc filesystem for the chips you specify, and alerts you by beeping and syslog messages when an alarm that is not ignored is active.
  • clewarecontrol
    Clewarecontrol lets you control the USB connected sensors and switches sold by Cleware GmbH. It allows you to read the sensors (temperature, humidity), toggle and configure the external switches, start the watchdog, and lots more.
  • Computer Temperature Monitor
    Computer Temperature Monitor is a little applet for the GNOME desktop that shows the temperature of your computer CPU and disks on screen. It also allows you to log temperatures to a file. You can set alarms to notify you when a tempertature is reached. Several monitors can be added to the panel to monitor different sensors. It is designed to look like the CPU Frequency Gnome applet. This applet used to be called Laptop Temperature Monitor.
  • CPUtemp
    CPUtemp is a Gnome applet that displays current CPU temperature in the tray. It is written in Perl using perl-Gtk2 bindings. It uses /sys kernel interface to read temperature sensor data.
  • gi8k
    gi8k is a small GAI applet to measure the CPU temperature and fan status on Dell laptops via i8k.
  • GNOME Sensors Applet
    an applet for the GNOME Panel to display readings from hardware sensors, including CPU and system temperatures, fan speeds and voltage readings under Linux
  • GtkSysinfo
    GtkSysinfo is a perl-Gtk2 software for Linux which makes it possible to obtain a maximum of informations about the system such as temperature(with lm_sensors), CPU frequency, hardware(with PciUtils), network, and ACPI.
  • KSensors
    a nice lm-sensors frontend for the K Desktop Environment
  • Laptop Temperature Monitor
    Laptop Temperature Monitor is a little applet for the GNOME desktop that shows the temperature of your laptop CPU on screen. You can log temperatures to a file as well.
  • lm_sensors
    lm_sensors is tools for monitoring the hardware health of Linuxsystems containing hardware health monitoring hardware such as the LM78 and LM75 connected via the SMBus.
  • nst
    nst is a very simple temperature monitoring software written using the QT/KDE libs in C++.
  • Psensor
    Psensor is a graphical hardware temperature monitor for Linux. It can monitor the temperature from the motherboard (using lm-sensors) , and the NVidia GPUs.
  • Sagan
    Sagan is a multi-threaded, real time system and event log monitoring system, but with a twist. Sagan uses a "Snort" like rule set for detecting bad things happening on your network and/or computer systems. If Sagan detects a "bad thing" happening, that event can be stored to a Snort database (MySQL/PostgreSQL) and Sagan will attempt to correlate the event with your Snort Intrusion Detection/Intrusion Prevention (IDS/IPS) system. Sagan is basically a SIEM (Security Information & Log Management) system.
  • Santafu
    Small And Nice Temperature And Fanspeed Utility: a hardware monitoring tool for KDE. It uses lm_sensors to provide information about temperatures (CPU and system), the rotations speeds of attached fans (CPU and system) and to diplay the current values of the voltages used in the system
  • Sensor Sweep Applet
    a Gnome panel applet that allows you to monitor your systems health through the lm_sensors kernel modules. Sensor Sweep is extremely configurable allowing you to specify exactly which sensors you wish to monitor
  • TH-03
    TH-03 is an application that provides an interface to the Picotech TH-03 digital thermometer. It generates logfiles on demand and can run as a daemon.
  • wmgtemp
    wmgtemp is a dock app for WindowMaker that graphically displays the CPU and SYS temperatures using the lm_sensors package. It has currently been tested with the VIA686A chipset on my Abit KT7-RAID motherboard.
  • wmlm-fsc
    wmlm-fsc is a WindowMaker lm-sensors dockapp for FSCPOS sensors.
  • WMsensormon
    a doc app for WindowMaker that utilizes lm_sensors to monitor CPU temp, sys temp, fan speeds, and CPU voltage. It offers configurable warnings for overheating, and the sensors displayed are adjustable by the user with command line parameters
  • WMtemp
    WMtemp is based on code from (WMMemLoad and the sensor code is inspired by WMgtemp). It displays the CPU temperature and the system temperature in a dockapp, these temperatures are obtained through lm_sensors.



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