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  How to Check notebook CPU temperature in Ubuntu
  Add Date : 2018-11-21      
  Summer, laptop overheating is a common problem recently. Temperature monitoring hardware may help you diagnose why the notebook from overheating. This blog entry, we will learn how to check the temperature of the CPU in Ubuntu.

We will use a GUI tool Psensor, which allows you to monitor the temperature of the hardware in Linux. Psensor you can use:

Cpu and motherboard temperature monitoring
Monitoring NVidia GPU documents
Monitor hard disk temperatures
Fan speed monitoring
Monitor CPU utilization
The latest version of Ubuntu Psensor also provides instructions applet, which makes temperature monitoring in Ubuntu easier. You can choose to display the temperature in the upper right corner of the panel. It is also the threshold value after the temperature notification.


How to Install Psensor in Ubuntu 15.04 and 14.04 in

Before installing Psensor, you need to install and configure lm-sensors, which is a command-line tool for monitoring hardware. If you want to measure the temperature of the disk, you also need to install hddtemp. To install these tools, run the following commands:

sudo apt-get install lm-sensors hddtemp
Then start detecting sensor hardware:

sudo sensors-detect
Make sure you have work, run the following command:

It will give the following output:

Adapter: Virtual device
temp1: + 43.0 C (crit = + 98.0 C)
Adapter: ISA adapter
Physical id 0: + 44.0 C (high = + 100.0 C, crit = + 100.0 C)
Core0: + 41.0 C (high = + 100.0 C, crit = + 100.0 C)
Core1: + 40.0 C (high = + 100.0 C, crit = + 100.0 C)
If everything looks okay, use the following command to install Psensor:

sudo apt-get install psensor
After installation is complete, run the program in the Unity Dash. The first time you run it, you should configure the monitor what Psensor state.

The panel displays the temperature

If you want to display the temperature in the panel, enter Sensor Preferences

In the Application Indicator menu, select the components you want to display the temperature and hook Display sensor in the label option.

Every time you start start Psensor

Enter Preferences-> Startup and select Start Psensor when Launch on session startup so every time you start.

That's it. You have to do here is to monitor CPU temperature. You can always pay attention to and help you find the process of causing a computer to overheat.
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