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On my F11 laptop one can cat:
/proc/acpi/thermal_zone/THM/temperature
and the cpu temperature is displayed.

On my desktop running F11 there is no file like that. So:
1. How do I display cpu temperature on my desktop?
2. Could this be because my desktop has a dual core cpu?
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Aaron,

Try running sensors-detect from a terminal interface to see if you have
sensors that are supported.  After running sensors-detect try running
'sensors' from the terminal interface to see what the values might be.

Greg

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