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I - Nex a Linux Equivalent of CPU-Z

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To install it, just open the terminal/console/shell :

Adding Gambas and I-Nex PPA
$sudo add-apt-repository ppa:i-nex-development-team/daily
$sudo add-apt-repository ppa:nemh/gambas3

Update the package
$sudo apt-get update

Get gambas3 packages for I-Nex package dependency
$sudo apt-get install gambas3

Get I-Nex package
$sudo apt-get install i-nex

to open i-nex, simply just click on application - system - I-nex

*if you dont want to use sudo, just type su,and then you can install those packages without sudo command
 

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Thanks

Thanks! I just installed Mint 13 and it works. Are there any temp monitoring programs with GUI like realtemp etc?

apt-get install i-nex

i-nex cant be capitalized so you might want to edit that for the copy pasters. :toast:

Found one, Open Hardware Monitor. It only reads my GPU temps and not my 3920k :(
http://openhardwaremonitor.org/
 
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*if you dont want to use sudo, just type su,and then you can install those packages without sudo command
Or
Code:
sudo -i
for an interactive root shell.

Thanks! I just installed Mint 13 and it works. Are there any temp monitoring programs with GUI like realtemp etc?
Try
Code:
apt-cache search temp
or instead of temp, try sensor or monitor or some other words that might describe temperature monitoring. There are plenty of them, it's just a matter of finding them in the package manager.
 
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Thanks! I just installed Mint 13 and it works. Are there any temp monitoring programs with GUI like realtemp etc?

apt-get install i-nex

i-nex cant be capitalized so you might want to edit that for the copy pasters. :toast:

Found one, Open Hardware Monitor. It only reads my GPU temps and not my 3920k :(
http://openhardwaremonitor.org/
try lm-sensors/sensors and gkrellm

apt-get install gkrellm
 

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