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Information for build gnome-shell-extension-freon-35-3.fc29

Package Namegnome-shell-extension-freon
SummaryGNOME Shell extension to display system temperature, voltage, and fan speed
DescriptionFreon is a GNOME Shell extension for displaying the temperature of your CPU, hard disk, solid state, and video card (NVIDIA, Catalyst, and Bumblebee supported), as well as power supply voltage, and fan speed. You can choose which HDD/SSD or other devices to include, what temperature units to use, and how often to refresh the sensors readout, and they will appear in the GNOME Shell top bar. **NOTE** that if you want to see GPU temperature, you will need to install the vendor's driver and any related packages. (Nouveau unfortunately won't work for Nvidia cards.) * hard drive temperatures require either `udisks2`, or both `hddtemp` and `netcat` (udisks2 should already be installed with this package, but if you want to use hddtemp instead, you will need to install it and netcat yourself) * Nvidia GPU temperatures require the `nvidia-settings` application, typically installed with the proprietary Nvidia drivers * AMD GPU temperatures requires `aticonfig`, part of AMD Radeon Software (formerly known as AMD Catalyst) * Bumblebee + Nvidia requires `optirun`
Built byterrycloth
State complete
Volume fedora_koji_archive04
StartedMon, 08 Apr 2019 22:42:28 UTC
CompletedMon, 08 Apr 2019 22:45:20 UTC
Taskbuild (f29-candidate, /rpms/gnome-shell-extension-freon.git:e647ba1d0c2fd6d897ec432c83c9794ac9130ee5)
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Changelog * Mon Apr 08 2019 Andrew Toskin <> - 1:35-3 - Pushing version 36 to Fedora 29 was a mistake, as Freon 36 doesn't work on GNOME 3.30. But it's too late to "unpush" so I'm bumping the Epoch to revert to Freon 35 for Fedora 29. * Tue Mar 26 2019 Andrew Toskin <> - 36-1 - Bump to upstream version 36, which offers several bugfixes and improvements, including allowing Freon to better recover if underlying sensors software crashes, and updating for latest support for NVME SmartCtl. <> * Thu Jan 31 2019 Fedora Release Engineering <> - 35-2 - Rebuilt for * Wed Nov 14 2018 Andrew Toskin <> - 35-1 - Bump to upstream version 35, which fixes the German translation and some gjs errors, but now only supports GNOME 3.30. * Fri Jul 13 2018 Fedora Release Engineering <> - 34-2 - Rebuilt for * Wed May 16 2018 Andrew Toskin <> - 34-1 - Bump to upstream version 34, which improves the Polish and Spanish translations, and fixed a bug where it did not check for Nvidia lockfiles. * Wed Feb 07 2018 Fedora Release Engineering <> - 33-2 - Rebuilt for * Mon Jan 22 2018 Andrew Toskin <> - 33-1 - Bump to upstream version 33, which fixes typos in the Russian and Ukrainian locales, and fixes an instability issue that could cause GNOME Shell to crash.