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Installing I3M Linux Daemon on Airtop3

335 bytes added, 13:25, 22 July 2020
* Integrated interactive information monitor [[Airtop:I3M | I<sup>3</sup>M]] is a GUI system integrated in the front panel of Airtop
* Download and install the following packageI3M monitoring tools:
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$ sudo wget https://fit-iot.com/files/download/airtop/sw/I3M/Linux/airtop-fpsvc_3.0fpsvc -2.debO /usr/local/sbin/airtop-fpsvc$ sudo dpkg wget https://fit-i iot.com/files/download/airtop/sw/I3M/Linux/gpu-fpsvc_3thermald -O /usr/local/sbin/gpu-thermald$ sudo chmod +x /usr/local/sbin/*</pre>* Fix dependencies:<pre>$ lib_path="/usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu"$ [ -e $lib_path/libsensors.0so.4 ] || sudo ln -2s $lib_path/libsensors.debso.*.0.0 $lib_path/libsensors.so.4</pre>Created symlink * Create file /etc/systemdrc.local with the following content:<pre>#!/systembin/multibashmodprobe i2c-user.target.wantsi801sleep 1/airtop-fpsvc.service → usr/liblocal/systemd/systemsbin/airtop-fpsvc.service.Created symlink [ "$(lspci -nn | grep VGA | grep 10de:)" ] && /etcusr/systemdlocal/system/multi-user.target.wantssbin/gpu-thermald.service → exit 0</libpre>* Make it executable:<pre>$ sudo chmod +x /systemdetc/systemrc.local</gpu-thermald.servicepre>* Ensure I3M panel is working<pre>$ sudo /etc/rc.local</pre>* Reboot, ensure I3M panel is still working<pre>$ sudo reboot
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* Note, the package adds "acpi_enforce_resources=lax" string to the kernel boot line
* Reboot the Airtop after installation
* Now you can navigate through menus between multiple screens of the I<sup>3</sup>M that display system information, temperatures, power consumption and notifications
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