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Conky CPU temp history graph [solved by using xfce4-hardware-monitor-plugin]

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Re: Conky CPU temp history graph [solved by using xfce4-hardware-monitor-plugin]

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Post by Eadwine Rose » Sun Jul 07, 2019 11:47 pm

Yay, great news :happy:
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Re: Conky CPU temp history graph [solved by using xfce4-hardware-monitor-plugin]

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Post by Stevo » Mon Jul 08, 2019 10:32 pm

Debian also dropped the wmdock plugin for Buster, but I yoinked a patch from the Arch AUR that fixed the build so I can see the wmhdplop hard drive activity fireworks again in the panel in MX 19. This MSI laptop does have a hard drive activity LED, but it's under the front lip of the chassis and can't be seen in normal use...

That should be in main soon, also.

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