Psensor version 1.0.2 has been released.
This release fixes a file descriptor leak in psensor-server. No other changes has been done so you can ignore this release if you only use psensor.
There is an article on Webupd8 presenting the 1.0.1/1.0.2 releases: http://www.webupd8.org/2014/06/psensor-updated-with-option-to-display.html.
The source tarball can be downloaded at http://wpitchoune.net/psensor/files.
Psensor version 1.0.1 has been released.
It adds an experimental feature adding sensors directly in the top bar of Unity, and improves translations (Swedish has been added). As usual, few bugs have been fixed.
By default, psensor is no more launched automaticaly on session startup but it may be re-activated in Preferences > Startup >Launch on session startup.
The detailed list of NEWS is available at http://wpitchoune.net/gitweb/?p=psensor.git;a=blob_plain;f=NEWS.html;hb=ed43f9d461b8c7847a5e2a7d851f912561ba5f50.
Source tarball can be downloaded at http://wpitchoune.net/psensor/files/.
I have started working on the addition of the sensors directly in the top bar of the desktop. It should work with any desktop environment supporting Ubuntu Application Indicator. It is still work on progress but you can already give it a try by compiling the dev branch of psensor or use the daily package build (ppa:jfi/psensor-daily-trunk).
In the sensors preferences, toggle ‘Display sensor in the label’. It also works for the CPU load or fan.
psensor v0.8.0.5 is now available in the PPA ppa:jfi/ppa for Trusty. I also updated packages for Saucy and Precise. Compared to the 0.8.0.3 release, it adds alert scripts, reordering of the list of sensors, improved translations and fixes several bugs.
Note that the 0.8.0.3 release is also the one which will be in the default Ubuntu repositories for Trusty because it is too late to update (package freeze).
Here is how to use it:
sudo apt-add-repository ppa:jfi/ppa
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install psensor
I discovered 2 issues on Ubuntu Trusty today.
- Psensor cannot be compiled due to the deprecation of GtkAction. For sanity, build is failing on errors. It can be workarounded by removing the -Werror in src/Makefile.am.
Both bugs have been fixed on the dev branch that can be retrieved from http://wpithchoune.net/svnpub/psensor/trunk. It will be part of the version 0.8.0.5 which should be released soon. Until then, Ubuntu Trusty users can get packages from https://launchpad.net/~jfi/+archive/psensor-daily-trunk/+sourcepub/4069853/+listing-archive-extra or PPA: ppa:jfi/psensor-daily-trunk. It also includes some translation improvements and fixes.
ppastats v1.0.0 has been released. It introduces a new layout and style for the generated HTML pages and fixes compatiblity issues with the different versions of JSON.
The source tarball can be downloaded at: http://wpitchoune.net/ppastats/files.
Actually, when used on Ubuntu Unity, the settings dialogs of Psensor will freeze the application as soon as the buttons OK or Cancel are clicked
This is due to the Unity bug: https://bugs.launchpad.net/unity-gtk-module/+bug/1258669.
Until it is fixed, you can use the following workarounds:
- Right click on the graphic canvas of Psensor to open the preferences dialogs
- Turn off the global menu for Psensor by running it with the command line:
env UBUNTU_MENUPROXY= psensor.
ppastats v0.0.9 has been released to fix a compilation issue on Ubuntu raring and pushed to the dedicated PPA.
Psensor version 0.8.0.1 has been released.
This release adds the following new features:
- The list of sensors can be manually reordered: use drag and drop in the sensor preferences window.
- The GPU usage of ATI/AMD card has been added for the proprietary driver (contribution from MestreLion).
- The sensors logging interval support has been added.
Translations have been updated for several languages, and display of the cpu load has been fixed when Fahrenheit unit is enabled.
The source archive can be downloaded at: http://wpitchoune.net/psensor/files/psensor-0.8.0.1.tar.gz.
It is now possible to change the position of each sensor: open the menu ‘Sensor Preferences’ and edit the list by using drag and drop.
This feature is not released yet but you can give a try by compiling the source code from the SVN trunk.
Ubuntu users can use the Psensor daily PPA to use the last development version. The reordering feature should be in the PPA tomorrow.