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    Quote Originally Posted by Bruce M. View Post
    EDIT: Which is the opposite of what kids/parents say/mean.

    OH!! You HAD to remind me of my C-64 days didn't you!

    That's when a computer teacher told me computers are DUMB DUMB DUMB!!!

    "That is to say they are as dumb as the person who writes the code."

    What a thing to say to someone that had a bug and couldn't find it.
    Scheeeech!

    CHIMO!
    Bruce
    I had a C-64c with a 1571 disk drive. Also the 1530 Datasette after they redesigned the case. I think someone even made a version of Linux run on that thing. I miss that hardware.

    Quote Originally Posted by pemur1 View Post
    Sounds like my wife.
    For a second I thought you were talking about my previous post.

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    Re: Post your .conkyrc files w/ screenshots

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    Quote Originally Posted by abumaia View Post
    Nice ^_^.
    I like the moon phase display. How is it done? Would it be possible to set up a nighttime moon phase display that alternates with a SOHO image during the day?
    ${execpi 3600 ~/.conky/conkyparts/conkymoon.sh}

    where conkymoon.sh
    Code:
    #!/bin/bash
    # conkytemplate.sh
    # by Crinos512
    # Usage:
    # ${execpi 3600 ~/.conky/conkyparts/conkymoon.sh}
    #
    Image="~/Images/moon-phase/576.png"
    ImageSize="75x75"
    ImageX="280"
    ImageY="110"
    
    ### FIX FOR KDE4 TRANSPARENCY
    #feh --bg-scale "`grep 'wallpaper=' ~/.kde/share/config/plasma-desktop-appletsrc | head -n1 | tail --bytes=+11`"
    
    mkdir ~/Images/moon-phase
    cd ~/Images/moon-phase
    rm -f *.*
    wget http://static.die.net/moon/576.jpg -O ~/Images/moon-phase/576.jpg
    convert 576.jpg \( +clone -fx 'p{0,0}' \) -compose Difference -composite -modulate 100,0 +matte difference.png
    convert difference.png -threshold 1% threshold_mask.png
    convert 576.jpg threshold_mask.png +matte -compose CopyOpacity -composite 576-1.png
    convert 576-1.png -sigmoidal-contrast 2,0% 576.png
    
    ### DO NOT EDIT BELOW THIS LINE
    echo "\${image $Image -p $ImageX,$ImageY -s $ImageSize}"
    
    exit 0
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    Conky: ... no such configuration: 'normal'

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crinos512 View Post
    ${execpi 3600 ~/.conky/conkyparts/conkymoon.sh}

    where conkymoon.sh
    I couldn't help it.
    conkymoon.sh:
    Code:
    #!/bin/bash
    ############################################################
    # This work is licensed under the Creative Commons         #
    # Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported License.            #
    # To view a copy of this license, visit                    #
    # http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/           #
    # or send a letter to Creative Commons, 171 Second Street, #
    # Suite 300, San Francisco, California, 94105, USA.        #
    ############################################################
    # conkytemplate.sh
    # by Crinos512
    # Usage:
    # ${execpi 3600 ~/.conky/conkyparts/conkymoon.sh}
    #
    Image="576.png"
    ImageDir="$HOME/Images/moon-phase"
    ImageSize="75x75"
    ImageX="280"
    ImageY="110"
    
    ### FIX FOR KDE4 TRANSPARENCY
    #feh --bg-scale "`grep 'wallpaper=' ~/.kde/share/config/plasma-desktop-appletsrc | head -n1 | tail --bytes=+11`"
    
    mkdir $ImageDir
    cd $ImageDir
    rm -f $Image ${Image/./-1.} difference.png threshold_mask.png
    wget http://static.die.net/moon/576.jpg -O $ImageDir/$Image
    convert $Image \( +clone -fx 'p{0,0}' \) -compose Difference -composite -modulate 100,0 +matte difference.png
    convert difference.png -threshold 1% threshold_mask.png
    convert $Image threshold_mask.png +matte -compose CopyOpacity -composite ${Image/./-1.}
    convert ${Image/./-1.} -sigmoidal-contrast 2,0% $Image
    
    ### DO NOT EDIT BELOW THIS LINE
    echo "\${image $ImageDir/$Image -p $ImageX,$ImageY -s $ImageSize}"
    
    exit 0
    The CCCC-CC or:
    Collaborative Creative Conky Community - Creative Commons.

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    Sorry for straying off-topic, but I'm completely at a loss.

    I had Kubuntu 9.10 working the way I wanted and installed Cairo-Dock. After playing around with it for awhile, I decided that I didn't want it and uninstalled it. When I got up this morning, I wasn't able to log into Kubuntu. All I got was a black screen. I've got the Kubuntu 9.04 disc, so I'm going to install that in hopes that I can get things working again. I'm backing up all of my conky files, and I hope I can get it set up the way I had it before.

    I again apologize for straying off-topic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mobilediesel View Post
    I had a C-64c with a 1571 disk drive. Also the 1530 Datasette after they redesigned the case. I think someone even made a version of Linux run on that thing. I miss that hardware.



    For a second I thought you were talking about my previous post.
    No, my wife is definitely not a shrew.

    Any time she asks my opinion, she does the exact opposite of what I say. It can get frustrating sometimes, but I've learned to adapt and overcome.

    BTW, back up using 9.04.

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    Re: Post your .conkyrc files w/ screenshots

    Quote Originally Posted by Crinos512 View Post
    My Work PC (Laptop) configuration, heavily censored to protect the not so innocent.


    Attachment 144588
    This is quite impressive Crinos, I love the ring indicator in the top right. It is functional and looks clean. Great job!
    Registered Ubuntu User #29430

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    Re: Post your .conkyrc files w/ screenshots

    +1 Crinos. Very clever use.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pemur1 View Post
    Sorry for straying off-topic, but I'm completely at a loss.

    I had Kubuntu 9.10 working the way I wanted and installed Cairo-Dock. After playing around with it for awhile, I decided that I didn't want it and uninstalled it. When I got up this morning, I wasn't able to log into Kubuntu. All I got was a black screen. I've got the Kubuntu 9.04 disc, so I'm going to install that in hopes that I can get things working again. I'm backing up all of my conky files, and I hope I can get it set up the way I had it before.

    I again apologize for straying off-topic.
    I find that if I use the Karmic live disk it gives me the option to "rescue" my old install... from there I can access my partitions, use nano to edit files, and even use sudo aptitude -u to complete broken updates or install missing packages.

    I always try that before a full reinstall.
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    || Razer Lachesis Gaming Mouse || Logitech G15 Gaming Keyboard ||
    Conky: ... no such configuration: 'normal'

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