Re: fedora 15: not showing correct CPU temp
Nothing to do. ACPI is a firmware based power control mechanism. If your laptop doesn't report thermal info through ACPI then it's a firmware/laptop issue. *Maybe* some firmware update can help - but that's not likely.
So you don't have ACPI thermal support, therefore you live with the direct readings. They're just as good.
gkrellm is a pretty nice tool to display the temps, fan setting etc.
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