A new development release of Psensor - a small utility for monitoring hardware temperature in Linux - is now available for download.
It's typical: I take the weekend off and a load of great application updates slip out. So read on for a super-concise over-view of what came out, what it consisted of and, most importantly, how you can get it.
My graphics card fan is bust. Well, I say bust but what I actually mean is that I disconnected the fan because it was so freaking loud! I do intend to buy a replacement cooler for it shortly, but in the mean time Psensor allows me to keep an eye on its temperature over a given period with the data recorded and presented in graph form for easy digestion.