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    Re: Post your .conkyrc files w/ screenshots

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaivalagi View Post
    Whatever script you have created to start conky (conkymain or startconky or an-other) you need to point to...if you haven't got a script then it will be just plain old "conky" or "conky -c /path/to/conkyrc"
    I always add "-d" in there as well to run as a daemon.

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    Re: Post your .conkyrc files w/ screenshots

    hey guys sorry to bother but how do u get ur HDD and CPU tempreture on conky this is what i got and it doesn't show up

    if possible any can tip me what im doing wrong

    TY VM



    HD temp : ${hddtemp /dev/sdb1}$alignr HD I/O : $diskio
    ${color ffffff}${diskiograph 15,200}
    intel-core1: ${font}${execi 2 sensors | grep 'Core 1' | sed -e 's/.* +//' | sed -e 's/.0°C.*//'} °C ${freq_dyn_g cpu1} ghz$alignr${cpu cpu1}%
    ${color ffffff}${cpubar cpu1}
    intel-core2: ${font}${execi 2 sensors | grep 'Core 2' | sed -e 's/.* +//' | sed -e 's/.0°C.*//'} °C ${freq_dyn_g cpu2} ghz$alignr${cpu cpu2}%
    ${color ffffff}${cpubar cpu2}
    ${cpugraph 20,200 eae8e3 ffffff}

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    Re: Post your .conkyrc files w/ screenshots

    Quote Originally Posted by creedless_egey View Post
    hey guys sorry to bother but how do u get ur HDD and CPU tempreture on conky this is what i got and it doesn't show up

    if possible any can tip me what im doing wrong
    RE: hddtemp

    To quote: Crinos512
    Posted by Crinos512:
    sudo chmod u+s /usr/sbin/hddtemp

    To recongigure hddtemp
    sudo dpkg-reconfigure hddtemp
    Once you do that and restart your session or maybe a reboot, can't recall at the moment, you're up and running.

    RE: CPU temps

    You need to get lm-semsors and then run:
    Code:
    sudo sensors-detect
    answer Yes to everything, even that last entry that defaults to No.
    Once done reboot and:
    Code:
    sensors
    will show something like:
    Code:
    bruloo@bruloo:~$ sensors
    acpitz-virtual-0
    Adapter: Virtual device
    temp1:       +21.8°C  (crit = +96.8°C)                  
    
    k8temp-pci-00c3
    Adapter: PCI adapter
    Core0 Temp:  +37.0°C                                    
    
    bruloo@bruloo:~$
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    Re: Post your .conkyrc files w/ screenshots

    oo wow nice thank you very much it acctualy works now nice ty

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    Re: Post your .conkyrc files w/ screenshots

    a 1 more thing this is my first time messing with this conky prog so i was wondering (im using Crunchnang linux) if there any shortcuts for restarting conky instead of right click everytime??
    very time consuming with out shortcuts when ur building something big and colorfull lol

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    Re: Post your .conkyrc files w/ screenshots

    Quote Originally Posted by creedless_egey View Post
    a 1 more thing this is my first time messing with this conky prog so i was wondering (im using Crunchnang linux) if there any shortcuts for restarting conky instead of right click everytime??
    very time consuming with out shortcuts when ur building something big and colorfull lol
    You lost me on the "right click" part?

    In #! is there not a way to "auto-start" programs? If so just point that to your conky or script (if you have more than one conky).

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    Re: Post your .conkyrc files w/ screenshots

    right click in Crunchbang linux is the same thing as in Ubuntu (preferences , system, places, log out and shutdown)top bar but instead in crunchbang linux is right click and the same options come up

    i was looking for conky config so i came up on some tutorial that said i should set up my shortcut key for restarting conky but i dk how to do that that why i was asking.
    it not a big deal just time consuming thats all. haha

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    Re: Post your .conkyrc files w/ screenshots

    Quote Originally Posted by creedless_egey View Post
    right click in Crunchbang linux is the same thing as in Ubuntu (preferences , system, places, log out and shutdown)top bar but instead in crunchbang linux is right click and the same options come up

    i was looking for conky config so i came up on some tutorial that said i should set up my shortcut key for restarting conky but i dk how to do that that why i was asking.
    it not a big deal just time consuming thats all. haha
    That tutorial I believe was mine: HOW TO: A Beginners Guide to Setting up Conky (See my Sig).

    I'm not familiar with #! but I have a script that should work with it. #! uses OpenBox right? Panels or not your choice.

    Here is a start/stop conky script hence the name I gave it: ssc.sh
    Code:
    #!/bin/sh
    # written by: as yet unknown
    
    # click to start, click to stop
    
    if pidof conky | grep [0-9] > /dev/null
    then
     exec killall conky
    else
    #sleep 3  # sleep not required for xfce on startup - 30 or more for others
    conky -c ~/Conky/conkymain &
    #sleep 3
    conky -c ~/Conky/conkyforecast &
    #sleep 3
    conky -c ~/Conky/conkyemail &
    #sleep 3 &&
    conky -c ~/Conky/conkygcal &
    #sleep 3 &&
    conky -c ~/Conky/todo &
    #sleep 3
    #conky -c ~/Conky/tr &
    #sleep 3
    #conky -c ~/Conky/conkymain2 &
     exit
    fi
    that is mine without changes. You'll have to change it to point to your conky(s) and use sleep if needed. I saved it in /Conky/scripts/ssc.sh

    Once it is saved and "executable" you can create an icon on your desktop/panel or an entry in OpenBox menus to click ON click OFF conky.

    Hope that helps.
    Bruce

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    Re: Post your .conkyrc files w/ screenshots

    Quote Originally Posted by creedless_egey View Post
    right click in Crunchbang linux is the same thing as in Ubuntu (preferences , system, places, log out and shutdown)top bar but instead in crunchbang linux is right click and the same options come up

    i was looking for conky config so i came up on some tutorial that said i should set up my shortcut key for restarting conky but i dk how to do that that why i was asking.
    it not a big deal just time consuming thats all. haha
    normally while you are editing your conkyrc, you must restart, but when you finish you dont need kill or autostart anymore.

    If you want conky autostart at boot, open file /home/user/.config/openbox/autostart.sh and add a line like:
    Code:
    conky -c conkyrcfile &
    or if you use various conkyrc using the Bruce.M file above:
    Code:
    sh /path/to/file/ssc.sh &
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