CPU Temperature Indicator

UUID: temperature@fevimu
Score: 15
Last edited: 3 months ago
Last commit: 3d9ebf65548bf142b8866fcdeb9833f3f0777f89

Shows CPU Temperature

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Johan J
Johan J-1 month ago
Manually installing it worked without any issues, thanks Bash64
bash64
bash64-1 month ago
See this website to download and manually install, then it works with mint 18.2:
https://cinnamon-spices.linuxmint.com/applets
Dave Miller
Dave Miller-1 month ago
i have been running linux mint cinnamon on a test computer and so far the only thing not working is this applet. any idea when this will be made to work on 18.2 as its a great applet.
Thankyou
Heinz-Juergen Kronemeyer
After Updating Linux Mint 18.1 to 18.2, the Applet causes little Hick ups, small Freezes every few seconds.
Hardware is a Intel NUC7i3BNK (Kaby Lake). Disabling the Applet and after restarting Cinnemon, everything is running smooth again. With Mint 18.1, there was no problem with this Applet on the same Hardware.
M. Wiedmann
M. Wiedmann-1 month ago
It shows "error" on AMD Ryzen 7. it87-dkms-git is installed and sensors work, but the addon doesn't.
Coleman Benner
Coleman Benner-1 month ago
Thank you, commented out the line with "//" and it works!
Jon Rosenberger
Jon Rosenberger-1 month ago
This is already fixed in the applet source, but apparently the mint control panel is installing an older version...
Jakub Římal
Jakub Římal-1 month ago
Thanks, you are right, it works when you download it manually from this website.
bash64
bash64-1 month ago
How do I install manually?
Jon Rosenberger
Jon Rosenberger-1 month ago
I see this comment in the changelog: "remove panelMenu.js, which is unused but for 2 applets. There are a bunch of applets that import it but don't use it, all of which can be fixed now."

To fix this applet, simply remove the line "const PanelMenu = imports.ui.panelMenu;" from ~/.local/share/cinnamon/applets/temperature@fevimu/applet.js
Jon Rosenberger
Jon Rosenberger-1 month ago
On Mint 18.2 fails to init with:

error t=2017-07-04T18:34:12.910Z No JS module 'panelMenu' found in search path
trace t=2017-07-04T18:34:12.910Z
<----------------
@/home/me/.local/share/cinnamon/applets/temperature@fevimu/applet.js:3:7
Extension.prototype._init@/usr/share/cinnamon/js/ui/extension.js:155:13
Extension@/usr/share/cinnamon/js/ui/extension.js:116:5
loadExtension@/usr/share/cinnamon/js/ui/extension.js:449:25
init@/usr/share/cinnamon/js/ui/appletManager.js:47:9
start@/usr/share/cinnamon/js/ui/main.js:454:5
@<main>:1:31
----------------&gt;
error t=2017-07-04T18:34:12.910Z [Applet "temperature@fevimu"]: Error importing applet.js from temperature@fevimu
error t=2017-07-04T18:34:12.910Z Could not load applet temperature@fevimu
Minessota Klei
Minessota Klei-1 month ago
Depois da atualização para Linux Mint 18.2 a aplicação parou de funcionar :(

After the update to Linux Mint 18.2 the application stopped working :(
dobinator
dobinator-1 month ago
same here...doesn't work after 18.2 Sonya Upgrade
djarlaks
djarlaks-1 month ago
Linux Mint 18.2 Sonya not supported
It doesn't display temperature for Pentium-D cpu on HP 09f0h motherboard
# Generated by sensors-detect ... # Chip drivers: smsc47b397
explaner
explaner-2 months ago
It does not display Ryzen 1700X CPU temperatute on ASUS Prime B 350M A motherboard. I installed the latest kernel I could find: 4.10.0-21-generic.
Nickolay Karnaukhov
Nickolay Karnaukhov-2 months ago
Interesting. Need to check.
BenoitHage
BenoitHage-2 months ago
Great stuff! Some feedback:
- How about some settings option where one can choose which adaptator to display? The one that appeared by default messed the indicator: I had a virtual device at 12 degrees (lower than the room temperature...) while my core temp was around 40 - 45. The end result was a display of 30 degrees, which doesn't make any sense for me. Commenting the line 267 in applet.js was my solution.

- Also, instead of using "°C" (two character), I replace it with the proper symbol: "℃" (one character) so it displays exactly like the symbol of the weather applet of "weather@mockturtl". Tiny detail indeed but it yields a much better look.
Nickolay Karnaukhov
Nickolay Karnaukhov-3 months ago
Using it since beginning of my Mint/Cinnamon life period
Reaw
Reaw-3 months ago
Simple and effective !