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Re: What IS reasonable disk drive temperature?

Am So, den 12.06.2005 schrieb Robert Spangler um 15:31:

> While reading this thread I became interested in my systems reading.  So I 
> installed Ksensors but to my surprise it didn't show me the temps of CPU and 
> Drives.  How can I see these things too?  Thnx
> My setup:
> Asus A8V Deluxe (v. 2.0) K8T800 No-WiFi/A
> AMD Athlon 64 3500+ 512K 90nm
> Thermaltake Shark Full Tower Alum
> DDR (400) 3200 - 1 GB (2 pcs 512) Corsair

> Robert

The CPU temperature comes from sensors out of the lm_sensors package
(Core). You first have to setup sensors by running sensors-detect. Out
of my head (no guarantee), your motherboard should have a sensors chip
which is supported by lm_sensors.
The hard drive temperature can be read by hddtemp (Extras). At least if
your drive has a sensor and provides the data through S.M.A.R.T.


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