Wmsensormon is a dockapp for Window Maker that utilizes lm_sensors to monitor CPU temp, sys temp, fan speeds, and CPU voltage. It offers configurable warnings for overheating, and the sensors displayed are adjustible by the user with commandline parameters.
|Tags||Monitoring Desktop Environment Window Manager Window Maker Applets|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: This release adds support for autodetecting the sensors chip to use and detecting if the chosen chip is a temperature sensor chip or some other type. A command line argument to specify which chip to use was added. The limits for temp sensors being swapped if using the swap argument were fixed.
Release Notes: This release added a -swf option that makes fans read from fan3 and fan4 instead of fan1 and fan2. Using -sw with either SMP option switches the program's behavior so that if the SYS temp is temp1, it shows up properly. Support for more than two fans was implemented, and whitespace cleanups were made.
Release Notes: Added some new features, which will be competed with the final release.
Release Notes: Fixes for many spelling errors in documentation, and an RPM for i386.