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sensors



SYNOPSIS

       sensors [ options ] [ chips ]


DESCRIPTION

       sensors is used to show the current readings of all sensor
       chips, and to set all limits as specified in the  configu­
       ration file.

       sensors knows about certain chips, and outputs nicely for­
       matted readings for them; but  it  can  also  display  the
       information  of unknown chips, as long as libsensors knows
       about them.


OPTIONS

       -c config-file
              Specify a configuration file. If no file is  speci­
              fied,  the name `sensors.conf' is used. If the name
              does not contain a directory slash, or this parame­
              ter is not present, the following path is examined:
              /etc,   /usr/lib/sensors,   /usr/local/lib/sensors,
              /usr/lib, /usr/local/lib, .

       -h     Prints a help text

       -s     Evaluates all `set' statements in the configuration
              file. You must probably be `root' to  do  this.  If
              this parameter is not specified, no `set' statement
              is evaluated.

       -A     Do not show adapter and algorithm for each chipset.

       -u     Treats all chips as unknown ones. Output will be of
              much lower quality; this option is only  added  for
              testing purposes.

       -v     Returns the program version.

       -f     Prints   the  temperatures  in  degrees  Fahrenheit
              instead of Celsius.


FILES

       /etc/sensors.conf
              The  system  wide  configuration  file.  See   sen­
              sors.conf(5) for further details.


CONFORMING TO

       lm_sensors-2.x


SEE ALSO

       sensors.conf(5)
  
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