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    is there MBM for linux? or is it a windows only app? if so, is there an equivalent program i might use?
    ps. i have mandrake 9.1
    rig changes too much
    dual boot: WinXP SP1, Mandrake 9.2

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    yes there is an equivalent app.
    try ksensors
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    if ur using gnome try gkrellm, it has support for all types of sensors and plugins for just about everything are available :thumb:

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    for now i'm using KDE 3.1 because i was told it was the easiest interface. ksensors kept giving me errors while i was trying to install it
    rig changes too much
    dual boot: WinXP SP1, Mandrake 9.2

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    You need to install and configure the latest lm_sensors package (along with the matching i2c package(i2c first)) from the lm_sensors homepage before you build and install either ksensors or gkrellm.

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