Provided by: xmbmon_2.05-6_amd64 bug


       xmbmon - X MotherBoard Monitor


       xmbmon [options]

       This  manual  page documents briefly the xmbmon command.  This manual page was written for
       the Debian distribution because the original program does not have a manual page.

       Recent motherboards have functionalities to monitor the CPU temperatures and the frequency
       of  CPU  cooling  fans  etc.   Although  some programs utilizing these hardware monitoring
       facilities have been developed for the Microsoft Windows platforms, no  programs  seem  to
       exist for PC-UNIX and the X Windows System platforms.

       xmbmon displays the three temperatures and a core voltage as simple curves.


       -h     Show summary of options.

       -g     Geometry (Toolkit option), default is "100x140".

       -count Counts in an interval, default is "4".

       -sec   Seconds of an interval, default is "20".

       -wsec  Total seconds shown, default is "1080" (18 min).

       -tmin  Min. temperature, default is "10" (Celcius).

       -tmax  Max. temperature, default is "50" (Celcius).

       -vmin  Min. voltage, default is "1.8" (volts).

       -vmax  Max. voltage, default is "2.2" (volts).

       -tick  Ticks in ordinate, default is 3.

       -cltmb, -cltcpu, -cltcs, -clvc
              Temp 1-3 +  VCore colors, defaults are "blue", "red", "cyan", "green".

       -cmtmb, -cmtcpu, -cmtcs
              Comments  of  Temp  1-3,  defaults  are  "MB",  "CPU",  "chip". Not shown if set to

       -cmvc  Comment of Vcore, default is "Vc".

       -fahrn Display Temperature in Fahrenheit, can be "True" or "False", default is "False".

       -label, -labelfont, -labelcolor
              For showing label. No label if null-string.

              Chips access method (V|S|I|A). See mbmon(1).

       -probe chip
              For             probing              monitor              chips,              where

              For Tyan Tiger MP motherboard.


       To show debug information.


       xmbmon -tmin 25 -tmax 60 -vmin 1.65 -vmax 1.75




       This  manual  page  was  written  by Nicolas Rueff <>, for the Debian
       project (but may be used by others).