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    Quote Originally Posted by irv View Post
    Sector11 setting own_Windows type normal seems to have fixed the problem.
    Again thanks for the tip.
    No problem, glad it worked.

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    Re: Post your .conkyrc files w/ screenshots

    @ dannyboy

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    @ mrpeachy - AWESOME!!!! As usual @ landwell - excellent point
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    Your sensors
    Code:
    Core 0:      +111.2°F  (high = +165.2°F, crit = +212.0°F)
    Core 1:      +113.0°F  (high = +165.2°F, crit = +212.0°F)
    playing with the 18-19 numbers - they are the start / stop characters of the cut function probably 17-19 will get you "102".

    But now another problem when 99 or less it "might" show 99. or +99 so back to mepeachys HowTo with something more in line with what landwell was getting at.

    mrpeachys HowTo showed us this:

    So the whole conky line would be:

    Code:
    ${exec sensors -f | grep -n 'Core 0' | sed -n 2p | awk -F'+' '{print $2}' | awk -F' ' '{print $1}'}
    You can make the exec an execi, perhaps with a 5 or 10 second interval (eg ${execi 10) to cut down on the CPU usage.

    Using the above line I see in conky "32.0°C" (OK he uses °C but I've added the -f he mentioned)

    mrpeachy continues:
    You could change the above to:

    Code:
    ${exec sensors -f | grep -n 'Core 0' | sed -n 2p | awk -F'+' '{print $2}' | awk -F'.' '{print $1}'}
    which would just give you the number, without the decimal, i.e. "102"
    italics are mine

    I'd use ${execi 10 sensors -f | ..... } for less CPU usage ... it's a matter of personal preference. If you have 4 cores and 6+GB RAM you wouldn't care.

    OR goto the HowTo and learn how to use platform.

    One thing to note: in /sys/device/w83697hf-isa-0290 you can use anything that ends with "_input"

    I use two:
    Code:
    CPU: ${platform f71882fg.2560 temp 1}°
    MB : ${platform f71882fg.2560 temp 2}°
    NOTE: my platform directory is different. They are on all machines. Yours from the sensors -f you showed is: w83697hf-isa-0290

    ... just dawned on me you don't have Core 0 or Core 1 in that directory.

    I wonder if you can use:

    /sys/device/coretemp-isa-0000

    does that directory exist? If so maybe:

    Code:
    ${platform coretemp-isa-0000 Core 0}°
    will work. I don't have an Intel CPU so I don't know.
    Last edited by Sector11; December 19th, 2012 at 04:18 PM.

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    Re: Post your .conkyrc files w/ screenshots

    In a terminal using the command
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    sensors -f
    I get the output of:
    acpitz-virtual-0
    Adapter: Virtual device
    temp1: +121.1°F (crit = +203.0°F)

    k8temp-pci-00c3
    Adapter: PCI adapter
    Core0 Temp: +114.8°F
    Core0 Temp: +118.4°F
    Core1 Temp: +120.2°F
    Core1 Temp: +105.8°F
    I needed to install lm-sensors before I could use this command in the terminal.

    I would like to display this in conky but I am not sure how to code it in the .conkyrc file?
    Does anyone have an idea how to do this?
    What I am really looking for is the core0 and core1 temp in F. Here is what I have now in my .conkyrc file.
    ${color orange}CPU ${hr 2}$color
    ${freq}MHz Load: ${loadavg} Temp: ${acpitemp}
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    Re: Post your .conkyrc files w/ screenshots

    @Sector11, mrpeachy -

    Nice reference to the tutorial.

    Should be able to simplify it further so that only awk is used - but that would be a question for someone like dk75.

    This:

    Code:
    sensors -f | awk '/Core0 Temp/ {print $3}' | awk -F'+' '{print $2}' | awk -F'.' '{print $1}'
    works on my system, but even that seems to be a bit on the complicated side.

    @irv - look at Sector11's post above. The methods in mrpeachy's tutorial should get you what you want.
    Last edited by landwell; December 19th, 2012 at 04:29 PM.

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    Re: Post your .conkyrc files w/ screenshots

    I used the code:
    Code:
    ${exec sensors -f | grep -n 'Core 0' | sed -n 2p | awk -F'+' '{print $2}' | awk -F'.' '{print $1}'}
    And here is what I got.
    conky01.png conky02.png
    As you can see it switches between 800 and 1800MHz and some times it is 1900MHz. As I was posting this it stopped switch.

    EDIT Here is the 1900MHz.
    conky03.png
    Last edited by irv; December 19th, 2012 at 06:15 PM.
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    Re: Post your .conkyrc files w/ screenshots

    ^^ i agree, should be able to do it all with a single awk

    this:
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    ${exec sensors -f | grep -n 'Core 0' | sed -n 2p | awk -F'+' '{print $2}' | awk -F' ' '{print $1}'}
    using grep, sed and awk twice is definitely overkill

    i should edit my howto post with some more efficient code

    dk75 has made a few posts on the subject, ill have to find them

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    @irv - your mhz reading switching is quite normal
    its a power saving feature of your chip, 800 when not in demand, 1900 when its doing something

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    Re: Post your .conkyrc files w/ screenshots

    Quote Originally Posted by mrpeachy View Post
    @irv - your mhz reading switching is quite normal
    its a power saving feature of your chip, 800 when not in demand, 1900 when its doing something
    Thanks for the info
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    Re: Post your .conkyrc files w/ screenshots

    Quote Originally Posted by landwell View Post
    @Sector11, mrpeachy -

    Nice reference to the tutorial.

    Should be able to simplify it further so that only awk is used - but that would be a question for someone like dk75.

    This:

    Code:
    sensors -f | awk '/Core0 Temp/ {print $3}' | awk -F'+' '{print $2}' | awk -F'.' '{print $1}'
    works on my system, but even that seems to be a bit on the complicated side.


    Code:
    sensors -f | awk '/Core0 Temp/ {gsub(/\+/,"",$3); gsub(/\..+/,"",$3); print $3}'

    legend:
    Code:
    /Core0 Temp/
    match line with 'Core0 Temp' in it


    Code:
    gsub(/\+/,"",$3)
    removes "+" sign from substring $3 - it replaces regexp match "/\+/" ("+" sign is escaped with "\", as it is a special character in regexps), with string "" (empty) in a substring $3 ($1 = "Core0", $2="Temp")

    Since $3="+122.0°F", it removes "+" from it giving $3="122.0°F" after.


    Code:
    gsub(/\..+/,"",$3)
    replaces regexp "/\..+/" with string "" in substring $3 (again - why not? since it is already processed by one "gsub"...)

    in match "/\..+/" there are few special characters:

    '\.' - escaped dot (dot in regexp means "any one character", escaped "dot" means just "dot")

    '.+' - "dot plus" means "any one character repeated at least once" ("+" character is "repeat at least once" in regexp)

    Combined, it is "dot and at least one character after".

    Since $3="122.0°F", it removes ".0°F" from it, making $3="122" after.
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    Re: Post your .conkyrc files w/ screenshots

    I set the temperature unit to fahrenheit in my .conkyrc file and now it is displaying the temperature the way I wanted.
    # - temperature unit [either fahrenheit or celsius] default unit is degree Celsius.
    temperature_unit fahrenheit
    conky temp F.png
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