Simple command line utility to monitor CPU temp
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: July 23, 2009
I have been looking around for a command line utility that will monitor my CPU temp. I have read some man pages and websites, but I can't seem to find anything. Has anyone ever seen anything like this?
Thanks in advance!
Commandline command for system monitor
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 25, 2009
I would like to know so I can make Ctrl+Alt+Del summon forth the system monitor just like you do with taskmanger in windows.
command line network monitor?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: October 31, 2008
Is there a command line tool to monitor network activity and throughput? Maybe something similar to top?
Find Monitor Model/Serial Numbers [SOLVED]
location: linux.com - date: February 29, 2012
Is there any ways where we can find the serial number and model of the Monitor. (apart from looking behind :)
Flavour: RHEL 4
Want to monitor CPU temp, but sensorsdetect gives "No sensors were detected"
- date: March 23, 2013
I've got a fresh installation of ubuntu 12.10, with all updates. This is a new HTPC build (ASUS F2 A85-M PRO, AMD A8 5500, Scythe Big Shuriken 2) and I'm not all that familiar with any of the hardware.
I want to monitor my CPU temperature, but can't seem to get the information I need. I can look at temperature information in the BIOS, but when I run sensors at the command line I get:
Adapter: PCI adapter
temp1: +0.0°C (high = +70.0°C)
(crit = +70.0°C, hyst = +69.0°C)
Though it seems possible that temp1 is the CPU, I'm not convinced. Regardless, it seems unlikely that anything is running at 0.0°C
When I run sensors-detect, the section about embedded CPU sensors fails to find anything. It looks like this:
Some south bridges, CPUs or memory controllers contain embedded sensors.
Do you want to scan for them? This is totally safe. (YES/no): YES
Silicon Integrated Systems SIS5595...
how do i monitor file access ?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 5, 2010
Karmic 9.10 x64 Gnome.
On my home LAN, i want to be able to monitor what files are being access on my local machine.
I had a quick look at wireshark, but it didnt do exactly what i wanted.
I have a share directory, read-only, and often divx files are streamed directly from it rather than copied first. I want to be able to see what user is accessing what file. Should be a fairly simple task, but im just not sure how its done.
Anyone with clues please ? It can be terminal based, doesnt have to live and constantly updating, just a report. But a prog with a GUI would be useful too.
Thank you in advance.
Best DE for a dual monitor setup
location: linux.com - date: May 14, 2009
I've been messing around with a dual monitor setup as late, without too much success. I managed to get a non-cloned output on Ubuntu (using gnome), but the gnome panels refused to spread/appear on my second screen and the resolutions refused to play nice (my laptop screen wouldn't change to a widescreen resolution). I resorted to desklets to gain functionality on that screen, but they were insanely buggy...
But then an idea popped in my head, what about KDE? Plasmoids have served me pretty well in the past, and maybe its panels will budge.. So I pop in a Mandriva disk, and everything seems to work, so I try to get the screens to not clone eachother, but no luck. Xrandr just doesn't want to play along, and the desktops stay clones no matter what. Now I don't know if it's just my stupidity or something that hasn't been implemented under KDE, but it pretty much killed my enthusiasm for Dual screen under linux..
help:Linux command to monitor the OS performance
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 17, 2005
I am having an RHEL 4 running on an Intel box. I need to figure out the following attributes.
1. Estimated Days till CPU Upgrade.
2. Total CPU Used Current Average (percent).
3. Total CPU Used Moving Average.
4. User Nice cpu Average
5. User Nice CPU moving Average.
6. user cpu current average.
7. user cpu moving average.
8. system cpu current average.
could anyone please give the command to find out the above.
How to find Hsync and Vsync of a monitor?
location: linux.com - date: June 5, 2009
I am trying to configure my X window environment and currently facing a problem in setting up the hsync and vsync of my laptop monitor.
Is there any tool that can detect these rates?
Btw, my screen in 12.1" WXGA Acer CrystalBrite LCD
Wireless card: Monitor mode
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 28, 2009
I'm trying to put my card in monitor mode, but I keep coming up against roadblocks. How does one leave a card on, but free it from obligations so I can change the mode? And explanation of my problem:
lo no wireless extensions.
eth0 no wireless extensions.
wmaster0 no wireless extensions.
wlan0 IEEE 802.11abg ESSID:"Sirizzotti"
Mode:Managed Frequency:2.437 GHz Access Point: 00:1D:7E:34:81:3A
Bit Rate=1 Mb/s Tx-Power=15 dBm
Retry min limit:7 RTS thr:off Fragment thr=2352 B
Link Quality=61/100 Signal level:-71 dBm Noise level=-93 dBm
Rx invalid nwid:0 Rx invalid crypt:0 Rx invalid frag:0
Tx excessive retries:0 Invalid misc:0 Missed beacon:0
pan0 no wireless extensions.
But when I try to change the mode on wlan0:
$ iwconfig wlan0 mode monitor
Error for wireless request "Set Mode&
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