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Where the problem?

Hi guy,
These run individually, but not together.

I want to show both temp and fan speed.

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Code:
watch -n 0.2 "sensors -f | grep "temp4""
watch -n 0.2 "sensors -f | grep "fan1"

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Try this one:

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watch -n 0.2 "sensors -f | grep -E '(fan1|temp4)' "

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