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Minimum required   GNOME 3.x
Downloads:  733
Submitted:  Apr 27 2012

Description:

You can hide and unhide the conky by clicking on the shortcut

How to config this conky:

1- copy .conky to your home folder.

2- right click on conky => Properties => command =>/home/max/.conky/pop then change max to your username.

3- install the conky_symbols_by_wiltur-d3ij3mi font .

3.1. Go to terminal then write the following(Just use copy and paste):

sudo apt-get install conky-all curl hddtemp lm-sensors python-statgrab

then run those commands on terminal(Just use copy n paste):

$ sudo chmod u+s /usr/sbin/hddtemp

$ sudo sensors-detect

Here in the 2nd command you will get YES/NO.so here you have to choose YES by closing your eyes :p.

4- open rc3 with any editor and go to line 54 \\\\\\\"u\\\\\\\" is the distribution logo change it to your distro.

5- if you have CPU with 2 cores don\\\\\\\'t change anything .. and if you have more than 2 cores just add it.

6- modify your HDD just name and directory .

7- modify names eth*

8- save file.

Start or stop conky from the shortcut (you can drag and drop file conky to desktop or to panel)




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4- open rc3 with any editor and go to line 58 "u" is the distribution logo change it to your distro.


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