LM-Sensors 3.4 Brings Hardware Detection & Fan Control Improvements
Written by Michael Larabel in Hardware on 25 June 2015 at 08:50 AM EDT. 1 Comment
HARDWARE --
It's been a while since last hearing anything out of the LM-Sensor camp, but this morning they have to announced their latest release (v3.4.0).

Lead developer and SUSE employee Jean Delvare announced the LM-Sensors 3.4.0 update a short time ago for this Linux sensor monitoring project. For the LM-Sensors library and sensors command is now support for temperature min and critical min hysteresis. The fan control program of LM-Sensors has been updated with reduced memory consumption and other fixes. Lastly, the sensors-detect utility has detection support of new devices and avoids probing graphics cards by default.

More details on this relatively mundane LM-Sensors update over on the LM-Sensors.org mailing list.

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