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Monitor temperature/voltages/fan speeds in LXDE through lm-sensors http://danamlund.dk/sensors_lxpanel_p…
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PACKAGE INFORMATION =================== A lxpanel plugin to monitor hardware sensors through lm-sensors. DEPENDENCIES ============ This package uses several other packages with different names depending on distribution. For Ubuntu 14.04: pkg-config libglib2.0-dev libgtk2.0-dev libsensors4-dev libmenu-cache1-dev For Fedora 16: lm_sensors-devel gtk2-devel INSTALLATION ============ To install this package run on a fresh ubuntu 11.04 system: sudo apt-get install build-essential lxde sudo apt-get install libglib2.0-dev libgtk2.0-dev libmenu-cache1-dev sudo apt-get install libsensors4-dev make sudo make install To install this package run on a fresh ubuntu 14.04 system: sudo apt-get install libglib2.0-dev libgtk2.0-dev libmenu-cache1-dev sudo apt-get install libsensors4-dev make sudo make install To install in Arch Linux Available PKGBUILD in the AUR: https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/sensors-lxpanel-plugin To install in Funtoo/Gentoo: Available in the Flora overlay repository or directly from: https://github.com/funtoo/flora/tree/master/lxde-base/sensors-lxpanel-plugin To install in Fedora: Available as an rpm from: http://koji.russianfedora.ru/koji/packageinfo?packageID=332 On debian (and possible other systems) the package 'lxpanel-dev' is also needed: sudo apt-get install lxpanel-dev Make sure you have run 'sudo sensors-detect' or otherwise configured lm-sensors. You can test your lm-sensors configuration by running 'sensors'. USAGE ===== Once installed, follow these steps to add the plugin: Right-click panel Select "Add / Remove Panel Items" Press "Add" Select and add "lm-sensors Monitor" Right-click plugin to change settings To monitor multiple sensors, add multiple sensors plugins. AUTHOR INFORMATION ================== Author: Dan Amlund Thomsen Email: email@example.com Website: http://danamlund.dk/sensors_lxpanel_plugin CHANGELOG ========= 1.0 (2012-03-12) Initial release 1.1 (2013-03-06) Widget size is kept as the maximum seen to avoid jiggling other plugins. Widget size can be reset by entering the configuration. 1.2 (2013-03-10) Text is now aligned to the right in the x-coordinate and in the center on the y-coordinate. The text is now customizable using html markup. 1.3 (2013-04-08) Added the gpl2 license COPYING file to the repository. 1.4 (2013-05-29) The default delay of 1 second can now be changed (to a minimum of 10 ms). Also, easy Arch Linux installation instructions added by graysky2. 1.5 (2014-05-24) (1) Fixed compilation problems on Ubuntu 14.04 by properly depending on glib. (2) on Removed dependency on lxpanel-dev package (because it is not available on Ubuntu 14.04), the required lxpanel/plugin.h is now packaged along side. (3) Improved installation script by trying all sorts of methods to locate lxpanel/plugins (try 'pkg-control lxpanel', search for deskno.so (a built-in plugin) in various common lib folders). 1.6 (2014-05-24) 'make DESTDIR=/tmp/stage install' is now supported to prepend "/tmp/stage" to where it would otherwise install the plugin. 'make LXPANEL_PLUGINS_DIR=/usr/lib/lxpanel/plugins install' installs the plugin (copied sensors.co) into '/usr/lib/lxpanel/plugins'. Version 1.4 handled DESTDIR like LXPANEL_PLUGINS_DIR is handled now. DESTDIR now follows the standard (from https://www.gnu.org/prep/standards/html_node/DESTDIR.html ). My thanks to https://github.com/rikardfalkeborn for these fixes. 1.7 (2014-05-24) Fixed problem with installation not work on systems where 'pkg-control --variable=libdir lxpanel' returns something. I'm not sure what this returns exactly so we search for a builtin-plugin in what is returned. From the autotools of the lxpanel example plugin it looks like it returns e.g. '/usr/lib/lxpanel', but on a Arch linux system it returns '/usr/lib/'.