Laptop Temperature Monitor is a little applet, written in python, for the GNOME desktop that shows the temperature of your laptop CPU on screen. You can log temperatures to a file as well. Several monitors can be added to the panel to monitor different sensors.
Created attachment 84285 [details]
Note: using gnome-2.14 >=dev-python/gnome-python-desktop-2.14.0 must be added to the dependecies
Created attachment 85002 [details]
Note: the author changed the app name in computertemp
Computer Temperature Monitor Applet 0.9.0 Released (19 April 2006)
* Changed name to Computer Temperature Monitor
* Fixed tons of bugs with the modules
* Changed preferences windows a bit
* Added German translation
Created attachment 93017 [details]
.) Now gnome-2.14 is stable, so I've added gnome-python-desktop as dep
The attached ebuild (0.9.1) works with the latest 0.9.6 version too, just rename it.
(In reply to comment #3)
> Created an attachment (id=93017) 
> New version
> .) Now gnome-2.14 is stable, so I've added gnome-python-desktop as dep
How about adding a use flag for hddtemp?
Created attachment 109604 [details]
(In reply to comment #5)
> How about adding a use flag for hddtemp?
I haven't find any configure flag to enable/disable hddtemp during compilation, simply if you have hddtemp installed computertemp uses it
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