Linux Cpu Temp Monitor With 3 Tools

Some of the applications used to monitor the temperature of the various components of our computer systems.
1. lm-sensors
is the software that displays the sensor of temperature monitors, voltage, humidity and fan
$ sudo apt-get install lm-sensors

2. hddtemp
is a tool that can measure the temperature of the hard drive from S.M.A.R. T (Self Monitoring, Analysis and Reporting Technology) that can detect and report on various indicators of reliability of drive, with the intention of enabling anticipation of hardware failure.
$ sudo apt-get install hddtemp

3. psensor
is a graphical front-end for monitoring temperature, visually from the CPU, NVidia/ATI/AMD GPUs are, hard disk, etc.
$ sudo apt-get install psensor

Or you can also run a command in the terminal of linux and can be installed onto 3 tools, following his orders:
$ sudo apt-get install lm-sensors hddtemp psensor

How To Run It

$ sudo sensors-detect

This command will investigate in order to detect and sensors in your hardware (including the CPU, memory controller, i/o chips), and automatically determine the driver module must be loaded in order to check the temperature on Our system. Type y (Yes) to any questions!.
Execute hddtemp as daemon (service).
$ sudo hddtemp -d /dev/sda

Change "/dev/sda" to the disk drive that you want to monitor.
To see if the daemon is already running

$ sudo service hddtemp status
[ ok ] hddtemp is running

Run directly to see the results of the disk drives on the monitor (for example /dev/sda).
$ sudo hddtemp /dev/sda
[sudo] password:
/dev/sda: Hitachi HTS542516K9SA00: 42°C

Type the command "$ sensors" to check if the application is running.
And then to display it in the form of the GUI, type the following command:
$ psensor
Select via the menu Applications.

Psensor window will display a list of available sensors, and temperature readings from the sensors, visualize it, there is an option to enable or disable each sensor, so that it can adjust the alarm level for each sensor and notify when the temperature of the sensor exceeds a defined threshold.

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