Thermal Monitor Fix Mod

Plasma 5 Monitoring monitoring plasmoid

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Description:

Corrected version of Thermal Monitor widget.
https://store.kde.org/p/998915/
Fixed:
Dropping plasmashell when opening settings. - (https://github.com/zhimsel)
Now the processor temperature displays normally. - (https://github.com/roachsinai)
All thanks to these people. I just applied them and packaged the widget.
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onkeltem

20 days ago

7 Monitors well, thanks. I just wonder why the widget cannot just align itself vertically while everything else is aligned.

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vincenzoca

25 days ago

8 To me it worked perfectly even without the fix I didn't have any crashes.
Only problem also with the fix I have to reload the sources at each reboot or start.
Load only the sensor of the sata hdd with udisk and that of nvidia, the others need the reload.
As far as SSDs are concerned, there are sensors, in all only that they are located at the different smart attribute, my KINGSTONE has the sensor read by udisk at 231 and is fixed at 84 while the real temperature one is at 194. HDDTEM reads the right sensor on both HDD and SSD, only Thermal does not implement HDDTEMP,
so to have the SSD sensor I had to install PSENSOR which reads both udisk and hddtem, on the other hand as it is placed in the activity tray it does not allow you to have the temperatures on the panel, (or maybe I am not able).
If it were possible to implement hddtemp in thermal monitor it would be perfect, and even superior to Psensor, since the latter only puts the temperatures on the panel without knowing what they are referring to.
Thank you
and sorry for the Googolian English.

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stroum

29 days ago

10 10 the best

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xreaper95

1 month ago

9 Thanks for this! I was worried with those crashes. But now I have a problem, don't know if this is related to the original package, but my SSDs temperatures are wrong. I have 4, my Linux one is showing 99ºC all the time, it was fine before, and my new NVME SSD is "OFF". The other two are correct. Any help?

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driglu4it

1 month ago

Good day. Thank you for your feedback. Most likely your SSD does not have a temperature sensor, so it displays such data (mine is the same). So don't worry. SSD cannot overheat.

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safak

1 month ago

10 11/10 very very nice :D

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l4k1

1 month ago

10 10 the best

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ridbowt

1 month ago

10 This is quite an important widget for me personally. Very handy, with no extra cumbersome charts, it only shows the temperature of the devices you choose: CPU, graphics card, SSD and so on. Thank you! I really don't know any decent alternatives to this thing. 10/10!

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migue

1 month ago

10 10 the best

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marcelovborro

1 month ago

9 9 excellent

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ert12354

1 month ago

10 10 the best

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virdignus

1 month ago

10 The best!!!

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product-maker onkeltem Aug 30 2020 7 good
Monitors well, thanks. I just wonder why the widget cannot just align itself vertically while everything else is aligned.
product-maker vincenzoca Aug 24 2020 8 great
To me it worked perfectly even without the fix I didn't have any crashes. Only problem also with the fix I have to reload the sources at each reboot or start. Load only the sensor of the sata hdd with udisk and that of nvidia, the others need the reload. As far as SSDs are concerned, there are sensors, in all only that they are located at the different smart attribute, my KINGSTONE has the sensor read by udisk at 231 and is fixed at 84 while the real temperature one is at 194. HDDTEM reads the right sensor on both HDD and SSD, only Thermal does not implement HDDTEMP, so to have the SSD sensor I had to install PSENSOR which reads both udisk and hddtem, on the other hand as it is placed in the activity tray it does not allow you to have the temperatures on the panel, (or maybe I am not able). If it were possible to implement hddtemp in thermal monitor it would be perfect, and even superior to Psensor, since the latter only puts the temperatures on the panel without knowing what they are referring to. Thank you and sorry for the Googolian English.
product-maker stroum Aug 20 2020 10 the best
10 the best
product-maker xreaper95 Aug 14 2020 9 excellent
Thanks for this! I was worried with those crashes. But now I have a problem, don't know if this is related to the original package, but my SSDs temperatures are wrong. I have 4, my Linux one is showing 99ºC all the time, it was fine before, and my new NVME SSD is "OFF". The other two are correct. Any help?
product-maker safak Aug 02 2020 10 the best
11/10 very very nice :D
product-maker l4k1 Aug 01 2020 10 the best
10 the best
product-maker ridbowt Aug 01 2020 10 the best
This is quite an important widget for me personally. Very handy, with no extra cumbersome charts, it only shows the temperature of the devices you choose: CPU, graphics card, SSD and so on. Thank you! I really don't know any decent alternatives to this thing. 10/10!
product-maker migue Jul 31 2020 10 the best
10 the best
product-maker marcelovborro Jul 31 2020 9 excellent
9 excellent
product-maker ert12354 Jul 31 2020 10 the best
10 the best
product-maker virdignus Jul 31 2020 10 the best
The best!!!
product-maker Base: 4 x 5.0 Ratings
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