A separate subdirectory exists for every thermal zone. A thermal zone is an area with similar thermal properties whose number and names are designated by the hardware manufacturer. However, many of the possibilities offered by ACPI are rarely implemented. Instead, the temperature control is handled conventionally by the BIOS. The operating system is not given much opportunity to intervene, as the life span of the hardware is at stake. Therefore, some of the following descriptions only have a theoretical value.
Thermal 0: ok, 59.0 degrees C Thermal 1: ok, 35.0 degrees C Thermal 2: ok, 30.0 degrees C Thermal 3: ok, 33.0 degrees C Thermal 4: ok, 24.3 degrees C Thermal 5: ok, 0.0 degrees C Thermal 6: ok, 26.0 degrees C Thermal 7: ok, 0.0 degrees C Thermal 8: ok, 0.0 degrees C Thermal 9: ok, 29.0 degrees C
Time : 14:32:19 Date : 2011-08-29 User name : ******** Error : can't find Host name ! CPU Info : model name : Intel(R) Core(TM) i5 CPU M 520 @ 2.40GHz number of cores : 2 cache size : 3072 KB temperature : 36 C Graphics Info : Memory available : 1048576 kB temperature : 0 C RAM Info : Total memory available : 3085408 kB Memory usage : 24% OS Info : OS : Linux Version : 2.6.35-22-generic Number of users : 2 Number of process : 359