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    Re: Post your .conkyrc files w/ screenshots

    I fixed it, but we are back to square one. Also, since I brought back my .conkyrc file the sensor error thing is back as well.

    However, I tried running that executable script individually to see what happens, this is what I get.

    Code:
    glen@maxwell:~$ conky -c /home/glen/conky-rss.shConky: /home/glen/conky-rss.sh: 5: no such configuration: 'uri=http://www.redmine.org/plugins.atom'
    Conky: /home/glen/conky-rss.sh: 6: no such configuration: 'lines=5'
    Conky: /home/glen/conky-rss.sh: 7: no such configuration: 'titlenum=$3'
    Conky: /home/glen/conky-rss.sh: 10: no such configuration: 'if'
    Conky: /home/glen/conky-rss.sh: 11: no such configuration: 'echo'
    Conky: /home/glen/conky-rss.sh: 12: no such configuration: 'echo'
    Conky: /home/glen/conky-rss.sh: 13: no such configuration: 'else'
    Conky: /home/glen/conky-rss.sh: 15: no such configuration: 'if'
    Conky: /home/glen/conky-rss.sh: 16: no such configuration: 'if'
    Conky: /home/glen/conky-rss.sh: 19: no such configuration: 'curl'
    Conky: /home/glen/conky-rss.sh: 20: no such configuration: 'sed'
    Conky: /home/glen/conky-rss.sh: 21: no such configuration: 'grep'
    Conky: /home/glen/conky-rss.sh: 22: no such configuration: 'sed'
    Conky: /home/glen/conky-rss.sh: 23: no such configuration: 'head'
    Conky: /home/glen/conky-rss.sh: 24: no such configuration: 'tail'
    Conky: /home/glen/conky-rss.sh: 26: no such configuration: 'fi'
    Conky: missing text block in configuration; exiting
    ***** Imlib2 Developer Warning ***** :
    	This program is calling the Imlib call:
    
    
    	imlib_context_free();
    
    
    	With the parameter:
    
    
    	context
    
    
    	being NULL. Please fix your program.
    glen@maxwell:~$
    Does that tell you anything?

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    Re: Post your .conkyrc files w/ screenshots

    Quote Originally Posted by LastDino View Post
    I fixed it, but we are back to square one. Also, since I brought back my .conkyrc file the sensor error thing is back as well.

    However, I tried running that executable script individually to see what happens, this is what I get.

    Code:
    glen@maxwell:~$ conky -c /home/glen/conky-rss.shConky: /home/glen/conky-rss.sh: 5: no such configuration: 'uri=http://www.redmine.org/plugins.atom'
    Conky: /home/glen/conky-rss.sh: 6: no such configuration: 'lines=5'
    Conky: /home/glen/conky-rss.sh: 7: no such configuration: 'titlenum=$3'
    Conky: /home/glen/conky-rss.sh: 10: no such configuration: 'if'
    Conky: /home/glen/conky-rss.sh: 11: no such configuration: 'echo'
    Conky: /home/glen/conky-rss.sh: 12: no such configuration: 'echo'
    Conky: /home/glen/conky-rss.sh: 13: no such configuration: 'else'
    Conky: /home/glen/conky-rss.sh: 15: no such configuration: 'if'
    Conky: /home/glen/conky-rss.sh: 16: no such configuration: 'if'
    Conky: /home/glen/conky-rss.sh: 19: no such configuration: 'curl'
    Conky: /home/glen/conky-rss.sh: 20: no such configuration: 'sed'
    Conky: /home/glen/conky-rss.sh: 21: no such configuration: 'grep'
    Conky: /home/glen/conky-rss.sh: 22: no such configuration: 'sed'
    Conky: /home/glen/conky-rss.sh: 23: no such configuration: 'head'
    Conky: /home/glen/conky-rss.sh: 24: no such configuration: 'tail'
    Conky: /home/glen/conky-rss.sh: 26: no such configuration: 'fi'
    Conky: missing text block in configuration; exiting
    ***** Imlib2 Developer Warning ***** :
    	This program is calling the Imlib call:
    
    
    	imlib_context_free();
    
    
    	With the parameter:
    
    
    	context
    
    
    	being NULL. Please fix your program.
    glen@maxwell:~$
    Does that tell you anything?
    Yes it tells me your trying to run a shell script as a conky config.
    You want the path to the conky config not conky -c /path/shellscript

    You need to open the conky config with your text editor and correct the line that calls the shell script
    to reflect the correct path.
    Then run conky - c /path/to/conkyconfig
    Last edited by grumblebum2; June 10th, 2014 at 06:59 AM.

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    Re: Post your .conkyrc files w/ screenshots

    Oh sorry, I got that command mixed up, but that hasn't changed anything either. Also, where do I add/call that executable script then? Or is it suppose to just sit in /home/glen/ and it will be used by concyrc automatically?

    Right out put of that script would be
    Code:
    glen@maxwell:~$ ./conky-rss.sh
    Diff on Revision
    Redmine Time Log
    Easy CRM
    Redmine Pusher Notifications
    redmine_customized_report
    I've posted my ''.conkyrc'' on last page, I'm still using the same, so could you tell me what needs to edited to get the desired output of RSS live feed in that? Also, I'm still unsure about installing kernels of those sensors, I did follow the first 3 steps mentioned in the link you provided, later steps were about how to edit and include those sensors in .conkyrc, which I didn't need to do as that config file already had those lines.

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    Re: Post your .conkyrc files w/ screenshots

    The script is called automatically when you run the config you labelled as .conkyrss
    Edit the last line in that config to use the path to your RSS script.
    IE
    The error was shown when you ran this config...
    Code:
     glen@maxwell:~$ conky -c ~/.conkyrss
    Conky: desktop window (80001d) is subwindow of root window (7c)
    Conky: window type - desktop
    Conky: drawing to created window (0x2600001)
    Conky: drawing to double buffer
    sh: 1: /home/jj/conky-rss.sh: not found
    If "sensors" gives no output when ran in terminal you wont get output in conky either.
    Run sensors-detect again making sure to answer yes to all.
    The output you get from sensors depends on your hardware so most likely
    the line in your conky config will need to be adapted to your sensors output.
    Last edited by grumblebum2; June 10th, 2014 at 08:33 AM.

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    Re: Post your .conkyrc files w/ screenshots

    Well, now I see this.

    Screenshot from 2014-06-10 12:58:15.jpg


    Looks like that script is finally connected, but what to do now? .lol

    Thanks for all the help. I'll try the sensor thing again.

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    Re: Post your .conkyrc files w/ screenshots

    FYI just so there's no confusion.
    When you just run "conky" it will look for and load a config at ~/.conkyrc
    Alternatively you can load any config with
    Code:
    conky -c /path/to/config
    So you can save configs anywhere and name what you like
    And just use the -c option to load.

    If you only want to run the one conky you can copy your config and save as ~/.conkyrc
    So to run this config you need only run "conky" without specifying a config.
    If a conky config calls scripts to display info you must check that the line in the conky config
    that calls the script, reflects the path to where you saved the script and it is executable.
    Last edited by grumblebum2; June 10th, 2014 at 09:12 AM.

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    Re: Post your .conkyrc files w/ screenshots

    This has cleared lot of things even though it is not in working state yet, but thank you ^^

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    Re: Post your .conkyrc files w/ screenshots

    Also, either use "/home/glen/" as path to your home directory or "~" - "~/home/glen/" is not valid, because it is evaluated by shell as "/home/glen/home/glen/".
    Linux Debian Sid (Minted) x86_64/3.12.10, Conky 2.0_pre, Xorg 7.7/1.15.0, KDE 4.11.5, Lenovo T61, Intel X3100, HITACHI HTS722010K9SA00 100GB, WDC_WD5000BEVT 500GB
    Linux user No.: 483055 | My Conky Pitstop corner | One4All project

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    Re: Post your .conkyrc files w/ screenshots

    Hello conky enthusiasts, I made this script that uses YAD. http://sourceforge.net/projects/yad-dialog/
    It starts, stops and restarts multiple conky script at will. It works pretty good but maybe someone can help me improve the script to be more efficient.
    conky.yad.png
    Code:
    #!/bin/bash
    
    set -x
    if [ -e /home/danny/Conky/.conky.scripts/Kill.conky/selected.live ]; then
      rm /home/danny/Conky/.conky.scripts/Kill.conky/selected.live
    fi
    if [ -e /home/danny/Conky/.conky.scripts/Kill.conky/selected.die ]; then
      rm /home/danny/Conky/.conky.scripts/Kill.conky/selected.die
    fi
    > /home/danny/Conky/.conky.scripts/Kill.conky/conky.kill.list
    OPTION=$(yad  --image=/home/danny/My-Pictures/My-Pictures/Web-Images/Icons/Sonic.png --title="Conky GOD" --width=400 --height=100 --no-buttons --list --no-headers --column=ACCIONES:TEXT 'Start a Conky' 'Kill a Conky' 'Restart a Conky' | sed 's/|//g')
    if [ "$OPTION" = "Start a Conky" ]; then
    > /home/danny/Conky/.conky.scripts/Kill.conky/birth.sh
    LIVES=$(sed '/[a-z]/p' /home/danny/Conky/.conky.scripts/Kill.conky/live.txt)
    LIVE=$(yad --image=/home/danny/My-Pictures/My-Pictures/Web-Images/Icons/Sonic.png --title="Conky GOD" --width=400 --height=390 --list --checklist --text="These conkys will live." --column="" --column=Name:TEXT $LIVES | sed 's/TRUE|//g' | sed 's/|//g' > /home/danny/Conky/.conky.scripts/Kill.conky/selected.live)
       if [ -s /home/danny/Conky/.conky.scripts/Kill.conky/selected.live ]; then
          LIVING=`cat /home/danny/Conky/.conky.scripts/Kill.conky/selected.live`
          BORN=`(cat /home/danny/Conky/.conky.scripts/Kill.conky/conky.start.list | grep "$LIVING")`
          echo "$BORN" >> /home/danny/Conky/.conky.scripts/Kill.conky/birth.sh
          sed -i '1i #!/bin/bash' /home/danny/Conky/.conky.scripts/Kill.conky/birth.sh
          sed -i '$a exit' /home/danny/Conky/.conky.scripts/Kill.conky/birth.sh
          . /home/danny/Conky/.conky.scripts/Kill.conky/birth.sh
       fi
    elif [ "$OPTION" = "Kill a Conky" ]; then
    > /home/danny/Conky/.conky.scripts/Kill.conky/death.sh
    . /home/danny/Conky/.conky.scripts/Kill.conky/kill.conky.sh
    DIE=$(sed '/[a-z]/p' /home/danny/Conky/.conky.scripts/Kill.conky/die.txt)
    KILL=$(yad --image=/home/danny/My-Pictures/My-Pictures/Web-Images/Icons/Sonic.png --title="Conky GOD" --width=400 --height=390 --list --no-headers --checklist --text="These conkys will die." --column="" --column=Name:TEXT $DIE | sed 's/TRUE|//g' | sed 's/|//g' > /home/danny/Conky/.conky.scripts/Kill.conky/selected.die)
     if [ -s /home/danny/Conky/.conky.scripts/Kill.conky/selected.die ]; then
      KILLING=`cat /home/danny/Conky/.conky.scripts/Kill.conky/selected.die`
      DEATH=`(cat /home/danny/Conky/.conky.scripts/Kill.conky/conky.kill.list | grep "$KILLING")`
      echo "$DEATH" | awk '{print $1}' >> /home/danny/Conky/.conky.scripts/Kill.conky/death.sh
      sed -i 's/^/kill -9 /' /home/danny/Conky/.conky.scripts/Kill.conky/death.sh
      sed -i '1i #!/bin/bash' /home/danny/Conky/.conky.scripts/Kill.conky/death.sh
      sed -i '$a exit' /home/danny/Conky/.conky.scripts/Kill.conky/death.sh
      . /home/danny/Conky/.conky.scripts/Kill.conky/death.sh
     fi
    elif [ "$OPTION" = "Restart a Conky" ]; then
    > /home/danny/Conky/.conky.scripts/Kill.conky/birth.sh
    > /home/danny/Conky/.conky.scripts/Kill.conky/death.sh
    . /home/danny/Conky/.conky.scripts/Kill.conky/kill.conky.sh
    #ps aux | grep conky | awk '{ print $2,$11,$12,$13 }' > /home/danny/Conky/.conky.scripts/Kill.conky/conky.kill.list
    DIE=$(sed '/[a-z]/p' /home/danny/Conky/.conky.scripts/Kill.conky/die.txt)
    RESTART=$(yad --image=/home/danny/My-Pictures/My-Pictures/Web-Images/Icons/Sonic.png --title="Conky GOD" --width=400 --height=390 --list --no-headers --checklist --text="These conkys will restart." --column="" --column=Name:TEXT $DIE | sed 's/TRUE|//g' | sed 's/|//g' > /home/danny/Conky/.conky.scripts/Kill.conky/selected.die)
    KILLING=`cat /home/danny/Conky/.conky.scripts/Kill.conky/selected.die`
    DEATH=`(cat /home/danny/Conky/.conky.scripts/Kill.conky/conky.kill.list | grep "$KILLING")`
    REBORN=`(cat /home/danny/Conky/.conky.scripts/Kill.conky/conky.start.list | grep "$KILLING")`
    RUNNING=$(ps aux | grep "conky" | grep "$KILLING" | grep -v "grep" | wc -l)
        if [ "$RUNNING" = 0 ]; then
          cat /home/danny/Conky/.conky.scripts/Kill.conky/conky.start.list | grep $KILLING | awk '{print $0}' > /home/danny/Conky/.conky.scripts/Kill.conky/birth.sh
          sed -i '1i #!/bin/bash' /home/danny/Conky/.conky.scripts/Kill.conky/birth.sh
          sed -i '$a exit' /home/danny/Conky/.conky.scripts/Kill.conky/birth.sh
          . /home/danny/Conky/.conky.scripts/Kill.conky/birth.sh
        else
         echo "$REBORN" | awk '{print $0}' > /home/danny/Conky/.conky.scripts/Kill.conky/birth.sh
         echo "$DEATH" | awk '{print $1}' > /home/danny/Conky/.conky.scripts/Kill.conky/death.sh
         sed -i 's/^/kill -9 /' /home/danny/Conky/.conky.scripts/Kill.conky/death.sh
         sed -i '1i #!/bin/bash' /home/danny/Conky/.conky.scripts/Kill.conky/death.sh
         #sed -i '$a exit' /home/danny/Conky/.conky.scripts/Kill.conky/death.sh
         sed -i '1i #!/bin/bash' /home/danny/Conky/.conky.scripts/Kill.conky/birth.sh
         #sed -i '$a exit' /home/danny/Conky/.conky.scripts/Kill.conky/birth.sh
         . /home/danny/Conky/.conky.scripts/Kill.conky/death.sh
         sleep 1
         . /home/danny/Conky/.conky.scripts/Kill.conky/birth.sh
        fi
    fi
    exit

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    Re: Post your .conkyrc files w/ screenshots

    So, I got that sensor thing fixed on PC, it was actually missing libs for gnome, I installed them from Synaptic.

    Now, I simply want to add the output of my fan speed and my CPU temp to that conky, what kind of line do I need to add? Also, how do I add some image to that conky?

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