How to measure a temp on a linux-cpu

#1

how to measure a cpu-temp in a linux-system!?

allways thought that i can use

sensorscoretemp-isa-0000Adapter: ISA adapterPackage id 0

but this does not work here

#2

Hi there maartinkaspar,

does this link help…

How To View CPU Temperature On Linux

coothead

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#3

hello coothead

many many thanks for the quick answer. Great to hear from you.

This helps alot.

again many thanks

greetings

#4

 
 
        No problem, you’re very welcome. :winky:
 
 
        coothead

#5

In the past there has not been a standard for how to get things like CPU temperature; perhaps the UEFI has provided that. However the DMTF’s Common Information Model (CIM) provides a standard for getting management information. It is quite extensive. IBM describes it in Common Information Model overview and suggests OpenPegasus.

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#6

right click on webpage-inspect element-performance-clcik on the record(ctrl+E) then stop
to see the performance

Regards,
Jo

#7

How, exactly, would that display the cpu temperature on Linux ? :winky:

coothead