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CONKY-colors

   9.0b  

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Score 81%
CONKY-colors
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Minimum required   GNOME 2.x
Downloads:  280382
Submitted:  Nov 1 2008
Updated:  Oct 17 2013

Description:

Now it's easy to customize your desktop!

Conky is a free, light-weight system monitor for X, that displays any information on your desktop.

CONKY-colors is an easier way to configure Conky.

This conky script support multilanguage:
Bulgarian, English, German, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish and Ukrainian

How to install
Go to a terminal and type:
$sudo apt-get install aptitude python-statgrab python-keyring ttf-ubuntu-font-family hddtemp curl lm-sensors conky-all
$sudo chmod u+s /usr/sbin/hddtemp || https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=75639
$sudo sensors-detect #answering Yes (default) to all questions, even that last one that defaults to No

Now restart your session

Download and extract the conky-colors.zip and type in terminal in the same directory that has been extracted.
$make
$sudo make install
$conky-colors {options}

$conky-colors --help [for help]

Ex: if your cpu is quad-core and you want the noble color, with hd, network and pidgin monitor and all in portuguese
conky-colors --theme=gnome-noble --lang=pt --cpu=4 --network --hd=default --pidgin

For a working photo widget you need to specify a file or directory in conkyPhoto or conkyPhotoRandom script in ~/.conkycolors/bin/

Update your font cache:
$sudo fc-cache -v -f

+++ Kaivalagi's Scripts (Included in conky-colors) +++
Conky SSL Mail Script: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=869771
Conky Rhythmbox Script: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=928168&highlight=conky+rhythmbox
Conky Banshee Script: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?p=7683570
+++ If you can, say thanks to him for this great work +++

in terminal type conky -c ~/.conkycolors/conkyrc.

To run conky at startup, go to System > Preferences > Startup Applications, click "Add" and add the path to the conkyStart file[/usr/share/conkycolors/bin/conkyStart]

that's all folks!

OPTIONS FROM THE SCREENSHOT:
conky-colors --cpu=2 --calendar --photord --clementine=cd --hd=default --network --theme=wise
conky-colors --sls --weather=brxx0043 --theme=orange
conky-colors --cairo --cpu=2 --clock=cairo --network --theme=blue
conky-colors --ring --network --theme=red
conky-colors --slim --w=1440 --h=900 --theme=white --weather=brxx0043
conky-colors --board --w=1440 --h=900 --theme=cyan

KWON PROBLEMS:
Lua/bash scripts work with conky 1.8.1, but most of the python scripts still doesnt;
SLS MODE only work with lm-sensors configured
The position of the photo and cover may be wrong bc in ubuntu the space between the widgets is different from Archlinux (I'm an arch user now)

HELP WITH CONKY:
http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=281865

REPORT BUGS:
https://github.com/helmuthdu/conky_colors/issues




Changelog:

9.0 (2013-10-17)
* Complete new icon set, replaced most of the fonts with the new conkycolors font family;
* Widgets review;
* Refactory all hd scripts to use python 3;
* Many, many, many bugfixes;




LicenseGPL
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 Query..

 
 by HarshReality on: Nov 28 2010
 
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What is string to generate example #3 (from left) in screenshot?


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 Re: Query..

 
 by HarshReality on: Nov 28 2010
 
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Also notice nvidia & weather active (temp, clock etc.) not using active theme colors


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 Re: Query..

 
 by helmuthdu on: Nov 29 2010
 
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conky-colors --cpu=2 --updates --swap --proc=3 --clock=off --calendar --rhythmbox=default --hd=default --network

I will release a bugfix for the color problem in nvidia widget :)


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 Re: Re: Query..

 
 by HarshReality on: Nov 30 2010
 
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Great! Thanks.. one last suggestion? Temp C or F.. in my PC temps I normally use C but weather I use F. Can we split so each can be different?


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 Noob questions

 
 by Ironwave on: Dec 1 2010
 
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Hi there
In new to linux, and most posts are just greek to me :-/

I think I successfully executed part one of the terminal.
$sudo apt-get install aptitude python-statgrab ttf-droid hddtemp curl lm-sensors conky-all
$sudo chmod u+s /usr/sbin/hddtemp
$sudo sensors-detect #answering Yes (default) to all questions, even that last one that defaults to No

But now im stuck.
Download and extract the conky-colors.tar.gz and type in terminal in the same directory that has been extracted.

I guess its the first file
(Source (conky_colors))
Where do i put the newly downloaded file?
Or rather, whereto do i extract it?

If somebody could help a noob it will be greatly appreciated.
Its difficult to do fault finding if one dont even know what to look for :-/
Thank you.
newly downloaded 10.10 ubuntu for my netbook maverick, not sure where to see all the relevant info.


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 Re: Noob questions

 
 by helmuthdu on: Dec 3 2010
 
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Not that hard, see:
Step 1:
Download conky-colors
Step 2:
Extract where u downloaded.
Ex: /home/myname/Downloads
Step 3:
Open Terminal and type: Quote:

cd /home/myname/Downloads/conky_colors

(Assuming that you have extracted there)
Step 4:
Type in terminal:Quote:

make
sudo make install

Step 5:
Be happy! :)


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 CPU frequencies

 
 by decatf on: Dec 7 2010
 
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There is a bug with the CPU frequency display. I am running Ubuntu 10.10 and using cairo mode. With a Core 2 Duo cpu it shows the frequency of one core for both CPU displays. The solution was to remove the brackets from the freq_g call.

Instead of freq_g(1) and freq_g(2) I changed it to freq_q 1 and freq_g 2.


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 Re: CPU frequencies

 
 by helmuthdu on: Jan 5 2011
 
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... well, work for me too
I will make this default then (less problems)
Thanks for the thip :)


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 more than 2 cpus

 
 by hotice on: Jan 4 2011
 
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Can you please add support for more then 2 CPUs in the latest board mode?


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 Re: more than 2 cpus

 
 by helmuthdu on: Jan 5 2011
 
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Well, this is still under develop... i just need to figure out to to put more then 2 cpus and it still looks good :)
I have some ideas for the sides spaces, like google calendar, music, photo, torrent, e-mail, rss and so on.
Just need some time to make all this work.

..cya! :)


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 french language patch

 
 by actarux on: Jan 5 2011
 
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Since LP seems outdated, I post a patch adding french language to v5.0b1 here : http://pastebin.com/MjeVMEaL


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 Conky: can't load Xft font

 
 by intronigma on: Jan 5 2011
 
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What am i doing wrong?
When i run "conky -c /home/ksenior//.conkycolors/conkyrc"

I end up with:
Conky: can't load Xft font 'Poky:size=24'
Conky: can't load Xft font 'Poky:size=24'
Conky: can't load Xft font 'Poky:size=20'

I've run: sudo fc-cache -v -f
and
sudo dpkg-reconfigure fontconfig

I've copied the fonts from /home/andy/srcfiles/conky_colors/fonts/conkycolors to /usr/share/fonts/truetype/

after doing ALL of that i still get: can't load Xft font

Can someone help me out please???


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 Re: Conky: can't load Xft font

 
 by helmuthdu on: Jan 5 2011
 
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what distro u use? Did u have installed the conky-all if using ubuntu?

The "default" conky package doesnt support it, thats why i use conky-all package

U can check in your distro if conky is compiled with this flag...

greetings


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 Re: Re: Conky: can't load Xft font

 
 by intronigma on: Jan 5 2011
 
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I'm using sidux/aptosid..
I'll try to install from source an see what is what...
U said i can't use 1.8.1 though right?


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 Re: Re: Conky: can't load Xft font

 
 by intronigma on: Jan 6 2011
 
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I have conky-all installed still same error
Seems like the font is loaded look here:
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v252/jumannie/Screenshot-01052011-073719PM.png
Should the fonts look like that?

is like no matter what i do i still get Conky: can't load Xft font 'Poky:size=24'
Conky: can't load Xft font 'Poky:size=24'
Conky: can't load Xft font 'Poky:size=20'
Conky: can't load Xft font 'Poky:size=18'
Conky: can't load Xft font 'Poky:size=20'
Conky: can't load Xft font 'Poky:size=20'
Conky: can't load Xft font 'Poky:size=18'


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 Re: Re: Re: Conky: can't load Xft font

 
 by helmuthdu on: Jan 6 2011
 
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well... there is something realy wrong there! :P
U can try this:
http://manual.aptosid.com/en/sys-admin-gen-en.htm#fonts

otherwise i dont know who to help u :(


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Conky: can't load Xft font

 
 by intronigma on: Jan 6 2011
 
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I take it POKY should not look like that?!?!?
Ohh well.... Patience is a Virtue!!
Thanks anyway


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