Ive tried what seems to be all possible combinations of options
after the disk name in /etc/smartd.conf, but whatever I do, I
get temperatures in 'raw' units. I want to see deg F or deg C.
Here is what I have at the moment:
/dev/hda -R 194 -v 194,temp
I still see lines like:
Dec 1 16:22:20 MythTV smartd: Device: /dev/hda, SMART Usage Attribute:
s changed from 101 to 104
and its clear that that is a 'raw' number and not a 'real' temperature.