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gnome-shell-extension-freon - GNOME Shell extension to display system temperature, voltage, and fan speed

Website: https://github.com/UshakovVasilii/gnome-shell-extension-freon/wiki
License: GPLv2
Vendor: Alcance Libre, Inc.
Freon is a GNOME Shell extension for displaying the temperature of your
CPU, hard disk, solid state, and video card (NVIDIA, Catalyst, and
Bumblebee supported), as well as power supply voltage, and fan
speed. You can choose which HDD/SSD or other devices to include, what
temperature units to use, and how often to refresh the sensors readout,
and they will appear in the GNOME Shell top bar.

**NOTE** that if you want to see GPU temperature, you will need to
install the vendor's driver and any related packages. (Nouveau
unfortunately won't work for Nvidia cards.)

* hard drive temperatures requires udisks2, or smartmontools, or both
  hddtemp and GNU netcat. (udisks2 should already be installed by
  default on Fedora Workstation, but if you want to use hddtemp instead,
  you will need to install it and netcat yourself, and enable the
  hddtemp daemon.)
* Nvidia GPU temperatures require the `nvidia-settings` application,
  typically installed with the proprietary Nvidia drivers.
* Bumblebee + Nvidia requires `optirun`.
* AMD GPU temperatures requires `aticonfig`, part of AMD Radeon Software
  (formerly known as AMD Catalyst).


gnome-shell-extension-freon-39-4.fc14.al.src [111 KiB] Changelog by Andrew Toskin (2020-03-31):
- Add explicit Recommend for the gnome-shell-extension-prefs tool.

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