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Conky Tech-Mon Reloaded

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Blog:  Link
Minimum required   GNOME 2.x
Downloads:  518
Submitted:  May 9 2013

Description:


Conky Tech-Mon Reloaded by Tuxkernel.

Based in Tech-Mon by ArbitraryReason.

http://kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=31253

Based in Future Blue Conky by Mucas.

http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Future+Blue+Conky+%28updated%29?content=133414

Installation:

1.- Open a terminal and type:

sudo apt-get install conky-all lm-sensors hddtemp

2.- Download Conky Tech Mon Reloaded theme
3.- Untar Conky Tech Mon Reloaded theme
4.- Rename Conky folder to .Conky
5.- Go to .Conky/tech-mon_reloaded/font and install FUTURE.TTF (Double click)
6.- Now, copy .Conky folder to /home/YOURUSERNAME/
7.- Go to Menu Applications-Sytem-Prefences-Startup_Applications. Add. In dialog box (command), write: sh /home/YOURUSERNAME/.Conky/start_conky.sh
8.- Reboot. Now Conky Tech-Mon Reloaded is running in your machine!

Greatings!

AND VOTE, PLEASE!

Tuxkernel...

* HOW TO CHANGE BACKGROUND IMAGES AND COLORS.

1.- Open a terminal and type:

sudo gedit .Conky/tec-mon_reloaded/config/conkyrc

In these file, find:

${image ~/.Conky/tech-mon_reloaded/images/03.png -p 0,0 -s 248x750}

Just change \\\"03.png\\\" (no quotes) for other. For example 01.png, 02.png, 04.png ... etc.

and change all codelines named \\\"{color red}\\\" (no quotes) for other. For example {color yellow} or {color white} or {color green} ... etc. You\\\'re invited to try new colors.

Save and exit.

In same terminal, type:

sudo gedit .Conky/tech-mon_reloaded/scripts/rings.lua

In these file, find the lines named:

bg_colour1={{0.5,0xFF0000,0.2}},
fg_colour1={{0.5,0xFF0000,0.6}},
fg_colour2={{0.5,0xFF0000,0.6}},

and change \\\"0xFF0000\\\" for your favorite color in hexadecimal. You\\\'re invited to try new colors.

That\\\'s all.

Greatings!

Tuxkernel...




Changelog:

v1.0



License:
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 Cool

 
 by twodogs on: May 9 2013
 
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Voted good. Where can I get the wallpaper?

Nice theme, too. Did you make that?


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 by tuxkernel on: May 9 2013
 
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Wallpaper here

http://www.originpc.com/support/wallpapers.aspx?TAB=WALLPAPERS&ACTIVE=TRUE

Thanks for vote.

Greatings!

Tuxkernel...


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 Wow!

 
 by sekter7 on: May 11 2013
 
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Another totally awesome Conky! Thanks for sharing your excellent work, tuxkernel!


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 Re: Wow!

 
 by tuxkernel on: May 11 2013
 
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Thanks sekter7

Enjoy it!

Greatings!

Tuxkernel...


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 what do?

 
 by geogeo666 on: Jun 1 2013
 
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Sorry if I say something stupid because of me being relatively new at linux but I can't get it to work. even though i did everything in description.
It doesn't come up at the startup and if i run it through terminal i get this:

Conky: can't open /sys/class/power_supply/BAT1/uevent: No such file or directory
Conky: can't open /proc/acpi/battery/BAT1/state: No such file or directory
Conky: can't open /dev/mixer: No such file or directory
Conky: mixer ioctl: Bad file descriptor
Conky: can't open /dev/mixer: No such file or directory
sh: 1: audtool: not found

Do you have any idea on how to fix this?
Also i run LM15 on Asus g75vx.


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 Re: what do?

 
 by tuxkernel on: Jun 2 2013
 
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Hello geogeo666:

* Battery

Please check your paths. Open a terminal and type:

cd /
cd /proc/acpi/power_supply/
ls

If you see BAT0, BAT2 or other, then open a new terminal and type:

sudo gedit .Conky/tech-mon_reloaded/scripts/rings.lua

In the line 93, change BAT1 for BAT0 or wherever.

* Audtool

Are you installed Audacious? If no, then open a new terminal and type:

sudo apt-get install audacious

If yes, then open a terminal and type:

sudo gedit .Conky/tech-mon_reloaded/config/conkyrc

And code line 82, "if_running audacious" change for "if_audacious2" and change all code line named audtool for audtool2 or something like that

I can't determine if you're using ALSA or PulseAudio because i'm using Ubuntu 10.10 Maverick Meerkat yet. Please search on Internet and adjust your paths in conkyrc and rings.lua

Good luck

Tuxkernel...


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