Linux | Fancy little “dialog” utility

Using Linux’s sophisticated “dialog” utility to display CPU core temperature

installation

sudo apt-get install dialog

sudo apt-get install lm-sensors

Here the lm-sensors for detecting temperature (see here for configuration details: http://lm-sensors.org/wiki/iwizard/Detection)

Finally the script goes as

#!/bin/bash

temp1=$(sensors | grep “Core 0:” | cut -c1-24)
temp2=$(sensors | grep “Core 1:” | cut -c1-24)

dialog –title “System temp info” –msgbox “$temp1 $temp2” 10 22

dialog –clear
exit 0

Using minimal advantage of lm-sensors, it’s just displaying main core temperatures.

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