I get the same...Code:09:50 ~ $ ls /etc | grep "sensors" sensors3.conf sensors.d 09:51 ~ $
/etc/sensors.d/.placeholder <<--- empty file, a "placeholder"
Now checking out /etc/sensors3.confCode:09:44 ~ $ sensors acpitz-virtual-0 Adapter: Virtual device temp1: +21.8°C (crit = +96.8°C) k8temp-pci-00c3 Adapter: PCI adapter Core0 Temp: +40.0°C 09:44 ~ $
so I "searched for k8 and came to:# libsensors configuration file
# This default configuration file only includes statements which do not
# differ from one mainboard to the next. Only label, compute and set
# statements for internal voltage and temperature sensors are included.
# In general, local changes should not be added to this file, but rather
# placed in custom configuration files located in /etc/sensors.d. This
# approach makes further updates much easier.
# Such custom configuration files for specific mainboards can be found at
# It is recommended not to modify this file, but to drop your local
# changes in /etc/sensors.d/. File with names that start with a dot
# are ignored.
That's strange - no motherboard for "temp1" - when running Ubuntu I know I had a much longer list, maybe it was there.chip "k8temp-*"
label temp1 "Core0 Temp"
label temp2 "Core0 Temp"
label temp3 "Core1 Temp"
label temp4 "Core1 Temp"
shows me (near the bottom of a LONG list):Code:lspci -vv
Guess I'll drop that "temp1" = M/B temperature, I've noticed that it has not changed and sits at 21.8°, that's probably whatCode:00:18.3 Host bridge: Advanced Micro Devices [AMD] K8 [Athlon64/Opteron] Miscellaneous Control Control: I/O- Mem- BusMaster- SpecCycle- MemWINV- VGASnoop- ParErr- Stepping- SERR- FastB2B- DisINTx- Status: Cap- 66MHz- UDF- FastB2B- ParErr- DEVSEL=fast >TAbort- <TAbort- <MAbort- >SERR- <PERR- INTx- Kernel driver in use: k8temp
always reported as 22°Code:acpitemp ACPI temperature in C.
Learned something new, Thanks mrpeachy.
I forgot, Thanks Sector11
Last edited by Sector11; May 13th, 2011 at 02:34 PM.
Yea it was the fonts. clock works good. If I call the .conkyrc and the clock in the terminal they start. The autostart not working.
Last edited by alpetjr; May 13th, 2011 at 02:55 PM.
I forgot to say thanks. I guess it's the way I was brought up,
I changed the sleep to 10 then 20. Neither worked. The paths are both right. The paths in both are right for the lua's. If I call them up in the terminal they start up. I'm confusedCode:#!/bin/sh # click to start, click to stop if pidof conky | grep [0-9] > /dev/null then exec killall conky else sleep 15 conky -c ~/.conkyrc & sleep 05 conky -c ~/.zoraclock & exit fi
one fine conky" you have going there.
Mine started out as a look alike as well, but I started making enough changes that it stopped being a look-alike. But yours is just plain sweet!
First few changed were the weather - a template with images, and dropped that font that did the frame and added real frames. Then I put an images as the background as it can sit behind the images for the weather template. When I got to that stage I started developing it "for me".
Since I was using mobildiesel's remind calendar I thought do I really need that frame with the same information that is in the calendar?
Popped in kaivalagi's conkyText (found in: conkymisc - 1.06) and created 12 little text files for the months to show birthdays and anniversaries.
Dropped the stylebat font, not really my thing, and popped in Zekton vs Spaceage for the time ... blah ... blah ...
One more planned change is Crinos512's colorize.sh script, which I recently re-discovered, is going in there to colourize the temps according to cool, medium and hot
On the left, my finished #! 10 Conky, if you think conkys are ever really finished. In the centre the original and on the right my look-alike starting to veer off course with the original to become the blue #! 10 conky on the left.
Keep up the good work mrpeachy, it looks great and is a lot more "user friendly" than even my old look-alike. Looking forward to seeing what you do next.
OK, my error, that script did NOT work for me, this one does though:
and in your zoraclock conky edit these lines:Code:#!/bin/sh if [ "$(pidof conky)" ]; then killall conky sleep 10 && conky -c ~/conky/alpetjr/zoraclock & sleep 10 && conky -c ~/conky/alpetjr/conky & exit else sleep 10 && conky -c ~/conky/alpetjr/zoraclock & sleep 10 && conky -c ~/conky/alpetjr/conky & exit fi
My error the first time was checking JUST the clock.Code:maximum_width 200 minimum_size 200 200
Last edited by Sector11; May 13th, 2011 at 03:47 PM.