Fedora Update Notification
2017-08-09 13:47:12.032759

Name        : gnome-shell-extension-freon
Product     : Fedora 26
Version     : 25
Release     : 1.fc26
URL         : https://extensions.gnome.org/extension/841/freon/
Summary     : GNOME Shell extension to display system temperature, voltage, and 
fan speed
Description :
Freon 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. For the GPU temperature, you may need to install the vendor's driver
for best results.

**NOTE:** Freon relies on lm_sensors. You must run `sensors-detect` before Freon
will be able to detect and display hardware temperatures. The default options
for sensors-detect are safe for most systems; however, there is a small, but
non-zero chance of causing hardware damage or a kernel panic. See the discussion
on GitHub -- https://github.com/groeck/lm-sensors/issues/17

**NOTE:** After installing, each user that wants it must still manually enable
Freon before it will take effect. You can do so a few different ways:

* If you've already installed the GNOME Shell integration web browser plugin,
  go to <https://extensions.gnome.org/local/>, find the extension, and click
  the switch to "ON."
* Open GNOME Tweak Tool, go to the Extensions tab, find the extension, and click
  the switch to "ON."
* Open a terminal or the desktop's command dialog, and (as your normal user
  account) run:
  gnome-shell-extension-tool --enable freon@UshakovVasilii_Github.yahoo.com

You may also need to restart GNOME Shell (Open the command dialog with Alt-F2,
type `r`, and hit enter), or log out and log back in.

Update Information:

Bump to upstream version 25, which adds German localization.

This update can be installed with the "dnf" update program. Use
su -c 'dnf upgrade gnome-shell-extension-freon' at the command line.
For more information, refer to the dnf documentation available at

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