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Temperature Monitoring Daemon

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tempmon -- Temperature monitor daemon

tempmon uses temperusb_ to read temperature value from TEMPer_ sensors
on the USB bus and OWM_ to find the local reported temperature and
publishes the results to ``_

.. _temperusb:
.. _TEMPer:
.. _OWM:


#. Sign up for a account.
#. From your ` settings page`_, create one stream token per
sensor device
#. Install tempmon and its dependencies. A virtualenv works fine for
#. Sign up for a OWM account and find your API key on `your settings
page <>`__.
4. Create a configuration file using YAML syntax and containing at
least the basic authentication data:


- token1
- token2
place: "City, State"

5. Run ``tempmon -c $CONFIG_FILENAME``. Add ``-v`` to see the log
output on the console for debugging.

Other Configuration Settings


The title of the graph defaults to "Temperature".


The number of days for which data should be kept. tempmon uses this
value to compute the number of points to save based on the


How often to collect data, in minutes. This value is approximately
how fast tempmon will poll the device. The minimum frequency is 1


The units to report the temperature in. Either ``celsius`` or
``fahrenheit``. Defaults to ``fahrenheit``.

.. settings page:

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