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    Re: Post your .conkyrc files w/ screenshots

    that my debian sid
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    Re: Post your .conkyrc files w/ screenshots

    That's neat Conky, niraj2709. Also nice background.

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    Re: Post your .conkyrc files w/ screenshots

    Quote Originally Posted by llawwehttam View Post
    Right here's mine at long last.
    Haven't fiddled with fonts yet as I haven't had time but I might do that tomorrow.
    Hi, is it possible for you to post the contents of the conkyrc file relating to the calendar?

    tia

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    Re: Post your .conkyrc files w/ screenshots

    kaivalagi and myself have updated the process for getting the Conky Weather Forecast Python Script.

    Go to the link for the weather script and follow the updated instructions for the script. There aren't any updates to the script itself, yet, but since kaivalagi has moved to Archlinux I'm going to package it for Ubuntu in the conkyhardcore PPA.

    It's packaged for Hardy, Intrepid, Jaunty and Karmic. I didn't do Lucid yet since it's not officially released. If anyone would like it for Lucid Lynx, let me know.
    Here's what my conkyForecast output looks like:
    conkyforecast.png
    conkyForecast.template
    Code:
    ${color7}Weather ${color4}- ${color}[--datatype=OB] ${color4}- ${color}[--datatype=CT]
    ${image [--datatype=BI] -p 20,110 -s 45x45}${image [--datatype=WI] -p 105,110 -s 45x45}${image [--datatype=MI] -p 200,110 -s 45x45}
    
    
    
    ${color4}Wind: ${color}[--datatype=WS --imperial] - [--datatype=WD]${color4}${goto 125}${color4}Moon Phase: ${color}[--datatype=MP]
    ${color4}Temp: ${color}[--datatype=HT --hideunits --centeredwidth=4]${goto 125}${color4}Rain: ${color}[--datatype=PC --startday=0 --centeredwidth=4]
    ${color4}Feels like: ${color}[--datatype=LT --hideunits --centeredwidth=4]${goto 125}${color4}Humidity: ${color}[--datatype=HM --centeredwidth=4]
    ${color4}High: ${color}[--datatype=HT --hideunits --startday=0 --centeredwidth=4]${goto 125}${color4}Dew Point: ${color}[--datatype=DP --hideunits --centeredwidth=4]
    ${color4}Low: ${color}[--datatype=LT --startday=0 --hideunits --centeredwidth=4]${goto 125}${color4}UV: ${color}[--datatype=UI] - [--datatype=UT]
    ${color4}Sunrise: ${color}[--datatype=SR]${goto 125}${color4}Sunset: ${color}[--datatype=SS]
    ${color4}Pressure: ${color}[--datatype=BR] - [--datatype=BD]
    pollen
    
    ${goto 25}[--datatype=DW --startday=1 --shortweekday]${goto 95}[--datatype=DW --startday=2 --shortweekday]${goto 165}[--datatype=DW --startday=3 --shortweekday]${goto 235}[--datatype=DW --startday=4 --shortweekday]
    ${image [--datatype=WI --startday=1] -p 18,290 -s 28x28}${image [--datatype=WI --startday=2] -p 88,290 -s 28x28}${image [--datatype=WI --startday=3] -p 158,290 -s 28x28}${image [--datatype=WI --startday=4] -p 228,290 -s 28x28}
    
    
    ${goto 17}[--datatype=HT --startday=1 --hideunits]${color4}/${color}[--datatype=LT --startday=1 --hideunits]${goto 87}[--datatype=HT --startday=2 --hideunits]${color4}/${color}[--datatype=LT --startday=2 --hideunits]${goto 157}[--datatype=HT --startday=3 --hideunits]${color4}/${color}[--datatype=LT --startday=3 --hideunits]${goto 227}[--datatype=HT --startday=4 --hideunits]${color4}/${color}[--datatype=LT --startday=4 --hideunits]
    ${font Bitstream Vera Sans Mono:size=8}${color4}Last Update: ${color}[--datatype=LU]${font}
    The pollen section is showed using:
    Code:
    ${execpi 900 conkyForecast -i --location=48174 --template=$HOME/conkyForecast.template|sed "s|pollen|$(echo -en "\${color4}Pollen: \${color}"$(curl -d "affiliateid=$ID&zip=$ZIP" http://www.pollen.com/forecast.asp | cut -d'|' --fields=5,11|sed 's/|/${color4} - ${color}/'|tr -d '\r\n' |sed 's/\(.*Microsoft.*\|.*Server Error.*\)/${color}Unavailable/'))|"}
    You have to sign up for an affiliate id on pollen.com. then you put your id in place of $ID and your zip in place of $ZIP

    Weather alerts from weather.gov:
    weather-alert.png
    Code:
    ${execpi 900 conky-rss.sh "http://www.weather.gov/alerts/wwarssget.php?zone=MIZ076"|sed -e 's/\(NOAA - National Weather Service\)//' -e 's/\(There are no active watches, warnings or advisories.*\|special weather statement.*\)//i' -e '/^$/d'|fold -sw55|sed -e 's/\(.*Warning .*\)/${color2}\1${color}/' -e 's/\(.*Watch .*\)/${color3}\1${color}/'}
    the MIZ076 should, obviously, be replaced with your zone.

    The text forecast from Yahoo.com:
    forecast.png
    Code:
    ${execpi 900 w3m -dump 'http://weather.yahoo.com/united-states/michigan/belleville-2361992/'|grep -A10 'How to Read This'|tr -s '\n*' ' #'|sed -e 's/How to Read This # //' -e 's/ # /\n/g'|head -4|fold -sw 55|sed 's/^[^:]*:/${color4}&${color}/'}
    That code doesn't look right when run from the terminal but looks fine when run from conky or through cron.

    So if you use the Conky Weather Forecast Python Script, don't forget to update the ppa in /etc/apt/sources.list.d following the instructions.

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    Re: Post your .conkyrc files w/ screenshots

    Quote Originally Posted by The Funkbomb View Post
    Hello folks. Need some more help if anyone is willing.

    I just got a quad core so I updated my conky. I changed the layout a bit but one thing bothers me. The CPU usage graphs are shifted down.

    Attachment 142736

    I would like to shift these up so they're more inline with the rest of the data. Is this possible?
    I see you got the ${voffset} I was going to suggest another:

    Send me the quad core and you wouldn't have that problem.

    Seriously: Why not try something like this: Bars with Text

    Have a nice day.
    Bruce
    Last edited by Bruce M.; January 7th, 2010 at 04:40 PM.

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    Re: Post your .conkyrc files w/ screenshots

    Quote Originally Posted by mobilediesel View Post
    kaivalagi and myself have updated the process for getting the Conky Weather Forecast Python Script.

    Go to the link for the weather script and follow the updated instructions for the script. There aren't any updates to the script itself, yet, but since kaivalagi has moved to Archlinux I'm going to package it for Ubuntu in the conkyhardcore PPA.

    It's packaged for Hardy, Intrepid, Jaunty and Karmic. I didn't do Lucid yet since it's not officially released. If anyone would like it for Lucid Lynx, let me know.
    Here's what my conkyForecast output looks like:
    conkyforecast.png
    conkyForecast.template
    Code:
    ${color7}Weather ${color4}- ${color}[--datatype=OB] ${color4}- ${color}[--datatype=CT]
    ${image [--datatype=BI] -p 20,110 -s 45x45}${image [--datatype=WI] -p 105,110 -s 45x45}${image [--datatype=MI] -p 200,110 -s 45x45}
    
    
    
    ${color4}Wind: ${color}[--datatype=WS --imperial] - [--datatype=WD]${color4}${goto 125}${color4}Moon Phase: ${color}[--datatype=MP]
    ${color4}Temp: ${color}[--datatype=HT --hideunits --centeredwidth=4]${goto 125}${color4}Rain: ${color}[--datatype=PC --startday=0 --centeredwidth=4]
    ${color4}Feels like: ${color}[--datatype=LT --hideunits --centeredwidth=4]${goto 125}${color4}Humidity: ${color}[--datatype=HM --centeredwidth=4]
    ${color4}High: ${color}[--datatype=HT --hideunits --startday=0 --centeredwidth=4]${goto 125}${color4}Dew Point: ${color}[--datatype=DP --hideunits --centeredwidth=4]
    ${color4}Low: ${color}[--datatype=LT --startday=0 --hideunits --centeredwidth=4]${goto 125}${color4}UV: ${color}[--datatype=UI] - [--datatype=UT]
    ${color4}Sunrise: ${color}[--datatype=SR]${goto 125}${color4}Sunset: ${color}[--datatype=SS]
    ${color4}Pressure: ${color}[--datatype=BR] - [--datatype=BD]
    pollen
    
    ${goto 25}[--datatype=DW --startday=1 --shortweekday]${goto 95}[--datatype=DW --startday=2 --shortweekday]${goto 165}[--datatype=DW --startday=3 --shortweekday]${goto 235}[--datatype=DW --startday=4 --shortweekday]
    ${image [--datatype=WI --startday=1] -p 18,290 -s 28x28}${image [--datatype=WI --startday=2] -p 88,290 -s 28x28}${image [--datatype=WI --startday=3] -p 158,290 -s 28x28}${image [--datatype=WI --startday=4] -p 228,290 -s 28x28}
    
    
    ${goto 17}[--datatype=HT --startday=1 --hideunits]${color4}/${color}[--datatype=LT --startday=1 --hideunits]${goto 87}[--datatype=HT --startday=2 --hideunits]${color4}/${color}[--datatype=LT --startday=2 --hideunits]${goto 157}[--datatype=HT --startday=3 --hideunits]${color4}/${color}[--datatype=LT --startday=3 --hideunits]${goto 227}[--datatype=HT --startday=4 --hideunits]${color4}/${color}[--datatype=LT --startday=4 --hideunits]
    ${font Bitstream Vera Sans Mono:size=8}${color4}Last Update: ${color}[--datatype=LU]${font}
    The pollen section is showed using:
    Code:
    ${execpi 900 conkyForecast -i --location=48174 --template=$HOME/conkyForecast.template|sed "s|pollen|$(echo -en "\${color4}Pollen: \${color}"$(curl -d "affiliateid=$ID&zip=$ZIP" http://www.pollen.com/forecast.asp | cut -d'|' --fields=5,11|sed 's/|/${color4} - ${color}/'|tr -d '\r\n' |sed 's/\(.*Microsoft.*\|.*Server Error.*\)/${color}Unavailable/'))|"}
    You have to sign up for an affiliate id on pollen.com. then you put your id in place of $ID and your zip in place of $ZIP

    Weather alerts from weather.gov:
    weather-alert.png
    Code:
    ${execpi 900 conky-rss.sh "http://www.weather.gov/alerts/wwarssget.php?zone=MIZ076"|sed -e 's/\(NOAA - National Weather Service\)//' -e 's/\(There are no active watches, warnings or advisories.*\|special weather statement.*\)//i' -e '/^$/d'|fold -sw55|sed -e 's/\(.*Warning .*\)/${color2}\1${color}/' -e 's/\(.*Watch .*\)/${color3}\1${color}/'}
    the MIZ076 should, obviously, be replaced with your zone.

    The text forecast from Yahoo.com:
    forecast.png
    Code:
    ${execpi 900 w3m -dump 'http://weather.yahoo.com/united-states/michigan/belleville-2361992/'|grep -A10 'How to Read This'|tr -s '\n*' ' #'|sed -e 's/How to Read This # //' -e 's/ # /\n/g'|head -4|fold -sw 55|sed 's/^[^:]*:/${color4}&${color}/'}
    That code doesn't look right when run from the terminal but looks fine when run from conky or through cron.

    So if you use the Conky Weather Forecast Python Script, don't forget to update the ppa in /etc/apt/sources.list.d following the instructions.
    How do I add this updated ppa to my sources list? I think I missed something in the instructions because I am not sure what to add.
    Registered Ubuntu User #29430

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    Re: Post your .conkyrc files w/ screenshots

    Quote Originally Posted by dmillerct View Post
    How do I add this updated ppa to my sources list? I think I missed something in the instructions because I am not sure what to add.
    where <version> is Hardy, Intrepid, Jaunty or Karmic, remove the old m-buck-conky-<version>.list and .gpg files out of /etc/apt/sources.d/ first

    add the new PPA:
    Hardy
    Code:
    sudo wget -q http://www.kaivalagi.com/ubuntu/ppa/conkyhardcore-hardy.list -O /etc/apt/sources.list.d/conkyhardcore-hardy.list
    Intrepid:
    Code:
    sudo wget -q http://www.kaivalagi.com/ubuntu/ppa/conkyhardcore-intrepid.list -O /etc/apt/sources.list.d/conkyhardcore-intrepid.list
    Jaunty:
    Code:
    sudo wget -q http://www.kaivalagi.com/ubuntu/ppa/conkyhardcore-jaunty.list -O /etc/apt/sources.list.d/conkyhardcore-jaunty.list
    Karmic:
    Code:
    sudo wget -q http://www.kaivalagi.com/ubuntu/ppa/conkyhardcore-karmic.list -O /etc/apt/sources.list.d/conkyhardcore-karmic.list
    then the gpg key:
    Code:
    wget -q http://www.kaivalagi.com/ubuntu/ppa/conkyhardcore-key.gpg -O- | sudo apt-key add -
    then to install:
    Code:
    sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install conkyforecast
    or just to update the repos if you have it installed already:
    Code:
    sudo apt-get update
    Last edited by mobilediesel; January 7th, 2010 at 11:19 PM.

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    Re: Post your .conkyrc files w/ screenshots

    Quote Originally Posted by mobilediesel View Post
    where <version> is Hardy, Intrepid, Jaunty or Karmic, remove the old m-buck-conky-<version>.list and .gpg files out of /etc/apt/sources.d/ first

    add the new PPA:
    Code:
    sudo wget -q http://www.kaivalagi.com/ubuntu/ppa/conkyhardcore-$(lsb_release -sc).list -O /etc/apt/sources.list.d/conkyhardcore-$(lsb_release -sc).list
    then the gpg key:
    Code:
    wget -q http://www.kaivalagi.com/ubuntu/ppa/conkyhardcore-key.gpg -O- | sudo apt-key add -
    then to install:
    Code:
    sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install conkyforecast
    or just to update the repos if you have it installed already:
    Code:
    sudo apt-get update
    Thats what I thought. Thanks. I was just a bit confused because I saw "http://www.kaivalagi.com" there and thought that might have changed.
    Registered Ubuntu User #29430

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    Re: Post your .conkyrc files w/ screenshots

    Quote Originally Posted by dmillerct View Post
    Thats what I thought. Thanks. I was just a bit confused because I saw "http://www.kaivalagi.com" there and thought that might have changed.
    It only changed slightly. Now you're getting a file called conkyhardcore.<version>.list instead of m-buck-conky-<version>.list
    It points to https://launchpad.net/~conkyhardcore/+archive/ppa so I can build it separate from the original source.

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    Re: Post your .conkyrc files w/ screenshots

    is there a conky script that can read the output of mpalyer?

    like say i run mplayer http://shoutcastaddress.com: port (at CLI of course) -is there an easy way to return what song's being played, if it even outputs that info?

    wana know if i can output it using it along with this visualization - http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/?content=99383
    Last edited by fooey; January 7th, 2010 at 05:39 PM.

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