[FreeBSD] Temperature Monitor

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  1. sean.ferguson

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    Is there a in-build temperature monitor (CLI-only) for FreeBSD 4.10, or either that something in the ports?
     
  2. Glaanieboy

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    I use /usr/ports/sysutils/xmbmon. Yes, the X stands for X-Window, but there is a CLI version in it as well.
     
  3. sean.ferguson

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    might have a look at it then, thanks
     
  4. X-Istence

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    cd /usr/ports/sysutils/xmbmon
    make install -DWITHOUT_X11
     
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    Yep :yes: Forgot to say that :p
     
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    I just remembered I had to install it too (installation went fine), but when executing mbmon, I get this error:
    Then it shows the information as normal. Should I worry? What is 'wrong'? (yes, I have a VIA686 based chipset)
     
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    I tend to use healthd, well on servers anyways
     
  8. sean.ferguson

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    i take it that this output would suggest my motherboard doesnt support the temperature monitoring?

    Code:
    zeus# healthd -d
    ************************
    * Hardware Information *
    ************************
    Unknown Vendor: ID = FFFF
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    Temp.= 255.0,  0.0,  0.0; Rot.=    0,    0,    0
     Vcore = 4.08, 4.08; Volt. = 4.08, 6.85, 15.50, -14.16, -6.12