Display readings from hardware sensors in your Gnome panel
  15 reviews

GNOME Sensors Applet is an applet for the GNOME panel that displays readings from hardware sensors, including temperatures, fan speeds and voltage readings.

It can gather data from the following sources:
* ACPI thermal zones, via the Linux kernel ACPI modules
* Linux kernel i2c modules
* lm-sensors (libsensors)
* Linux kernel i8k module (for Dell Inspiron Laptops)
* Linux kernel ibm-acpi module
* Linux kernel PowerPC modules therm_adt746x and therm_windtunnel
* Linux kernel iMac G5 Windfarm module
* hddtemp daemon for reading temperatures from S.M.A.R.T. equipped hard disks
* Linux kernel Omnibook module
* NVIDIA graphics cards (supplied with nvidia-settings)
* Linux kernel sonypi module (for Sony Vaio laptops)
Alarms can be set for each sensor to notify the user once a certain high or low value has been reached, and can be configured to execute a given command at given repeated intervals.
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DocZen 7 years ago

Ne s'affiche pas sur Cinnamon

HerrDierk 8 years ago

Dont like too much stuff in the taskbar.

nissimnanach 8 years ago

installed but don't see it, tried to run it from terminal and says command not found; no documentation

arper24 9 years ago

Hace a Mate el mejor!

Rufus 9 years ago

very useful for monitoring hardware temperatures

natchezjohn 9 years ago

404 error on instsll

miok 10 years ago

working for me

carlosjimy 10 years ago

Muy bueno, cumple su objetivo

ink_ru 11 years ago

waiting for gnome3 version

danbarrese 11 years ago

Helpful. It says my nVidia GPU is overheating at 65 C, although nVidia X Server Settings says 65C is just above idle temperature. I'm not sure which is correct.

cMo2011 11 years ago

Installed but didn't work.

jajodo 11 years ago

Pretty good. Was a bit tricky to get up and running on my setup. Once configured it is the best linux temp/sensor monitor

MestreLion 11 years ago

By far the best sensor/temperature/monitoring gnome applet ive found. Detected 11 sensors out-of-the-box (4 voltage, 4 fans, 3 temps). GUI is powerful, flexible and very intuitive. Can customize icon, low/high and label for EACH sensor... great!

allxsan 11 years ago


ckoul 12 years ago

Informative and easy to use.