Monitoring temperature with acpi (sysctls)

Oliver Fromme olli at
Fri Jul 28 15:35:21 UTC 2006

Spartak Radchenko <spartak at> wrote:
 > router# sysctl hw.acpi.thermal
 > [...]
 > hw.acpi.thermal.tz0.temperature: -257.-1C
 > If I understand it correctly, the current temperature is -257C, or 16 
 > degrees from absolute zero.
 > Motherboard is Via MS8000.

Now that's _really_ cool.  What kind of cooling equipment
do you have, and how much did it cost?  I need that stuff,
too ...  probably enables you to overclock to 10 GHz or
something ...

SCRN  :-)

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