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Submitted:  Nov 1 2008
Updated:  Oct 17 2013


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.
$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!

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

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)




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;

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 high cpu processes

 by scriptwarlock on: Aug 10 2011
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why does it takes 35% of my system resources?

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 Re: high cpu processes

 by helmuthdu on: Aug 11 2011
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r u using the last version 7.0.3?

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 Re: Re: high cpu processes

 by scriptwarlock on: Aug 11 2011
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yes 7.0.3 .. no problem on ring and etc. only sls and default mode

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 ctrl+alt + d

 by letoloke on: Aug 29 2011
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when I press crtl + alt + d conky disappears, how I can fix it?

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 Re: ctrl+alt + d

 by lorexxi on: Mar 14 2012
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In "conkyrc" change this
own_window_type normal
for this
own_window_type desktop

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 Re: Re: ctrl+alt + d

 by letoloke on: Mar 14 2012
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i will try it

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 2 fixes and 1 question

 by korrosiv on: Nov 1 2011
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Using Xubuntu 11.04. I had to deal with 2 little problems and I'm posting the solution here, so it can be implemented in further versions if necessary.

When enabling the --calendarm option to show a calendar with weeks starting on Monday, conky-colors showed no calendar at all. Launching conky in terminal showed tips about using "cal" command. The command "cal -M" is not a valid argument and "cal -m" expects a month as an argument (the one to be displayed). After some research I found the command to use is "ncal -b".

Enabling --battery showed an empty bar and no info about the battery. Terminal gave an error saying that battery "8,60" couldn't be found. Examining conkyrc y found a line under BATTERY that ends with:

"{battery_bar 8,60 BAT0}${color}"

I changed this end with:

"{battery_bar BAT0 8,60}${color}"

and seemed to work, althoug I'm not sure if this change is well made.

Last question (which I still can't solve) is: How can conky-colors show 6 weeks months. I did all this on october 31st and conky-colors only showed 5 weeks for october 2011 (and this month has 6 weeks). In console, "ncal -b" shows all weeks, it's just the implementation in conky-colors that shows only 5.

Thanks, great work.

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 Re: 2 fixes and 1 question

 by korrosiv on: Nov 1 2011
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Just found the solution to 6 weeks months.

In conkyrc, where it says:

sed '2,7!d'

Changing it to:

sed '2,8!d'

shows 1 more week.

Please confirm if this is right.

Thanks and thanks for such a great tool.

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 Two problems. BBC weather and calendar

 by Paquitochoc on: Dec 12 2011
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First of all thanks for your awesome work. After a succesfull installation I find problems with two things.

BBC westher requires an AreaID that I couldn't find. The final numbers of the location url don't work like expected.

When installing I've used --calendarm option in order to have a calendar with mondays as first week's day. This option doesn't work and generates an error like "-m argument expected" or something like that. --calendar -m didn't work neither.

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 gnome shell window focus

 by jackguru on: Jan 23 2012
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I am using gnome shell and had an issue (using ring configuration). When I minimised a window, it still had focus.

In order to bypass it, I had to edit ~/.conkycolors/conkyrc and change own_window_type from normal to dock. Then, I changed gap_x to move conky where I wanted to (basically screenwidth - conkysize).

Another issue, I have more than 1 cpus, so I wanted to check them all. by doing that, the clock ring did not reposition and some other rings moved further down than they should have been. I edited the .lua files though and the problem was solved. Great work though, thanks!

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 $make issue

 by nkrypt on: Feb 26 2012
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When I get to the $make step of the installation I get this:

:~/Desktop/conky_colors$ make
cc -Wall -std=c99 src/conky-colors.c src/conkycover.c src/conkyforecast.c src/conkyplayer.c src/conkyrc_cairo.c src/conkyrc_ring.c src/conkyrc_board.c src/conkyrc_default.c src/conkyrc_slim.c src/conkyrc_sls.c src/coverposition.c src/finddir.c src/help.c src/options.c src/photoposition.c src/themes.c src/translations.c src/variables.c src/confinstall.c src/utils.c src/initialize.c -o conky-colors
src/options.c: In function ‘options’:
src/options.c:224: warning: format not a string literal and no format arguments
src/options.c:224: warning: format not a string literal and no format arguments
src/themes.c: In function ‘themes’:
src/themes.c:195: warning: format not a string literal and no format arguments
src/themes.c:195: warning: format not a string literal and no format arguments

Anything I need before i can make? I've done this many times before but this has never happened. Running Ubuntu 10.10, all updates up to date.

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 Re: $make issue

 by SckyzO on: Jun 1 2012
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I have the same problem

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