Conky Lunatico Rings

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Source (link to git-repo or to original if based on someone elses unmodified work): Add the source-code for this project on opencode.net

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Description:

This is my first upload to gnome-look and my second conky config file.
I must give credit to hardball for his conky_orange from which I based mine.
You can fin conky_orange here: http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=137503&forumpage=0

This is a nice and minimalistic conky which displays rings in the form of gauges for cpu, memory, disk and network usage. It has two network indicators, one for wired and another one for wireless, useful for people who are constantly switching between networks.

You must have conky installed.

Download the file and:

cp conky_lunatico.tar.bz2 ~
tar zxf ~/conky_lunatico.tar.bz2

To run:

conky -c ~/.conky/conkyrc_lunatico


To run at startup create the following script:

touch run_conky

And add the following to it:

#!/bin/bash
sleep 20
conky -c ~/.conky/conkyrc_lunatico

Make it executable with:

chmod a+x run_conky

And finally add this to your startup applications.
Go to System -> Preferences -> startup applications
Add a new one called Conky with the command:

~/run_conky

Enjoy!
Last changelog:

7 years ago

22/06/2011:
- Added CPU graph
- Reduced size slightly and arranged elements better to have equal separation and consistency
- Added potential memory leak fix

Gabriel

2 years ago

Thanks bro

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curts

3 years ago

I have updated the .conkyrc file for conky 1.10.1. Is the author interested in updating their .zip archive?

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VIRZI

4 years ago

Un super Conky mais ne fonctionne pas correctement, malgrer une rectification de ma part.

il a quelque chose de pas correct a revoir !

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edtheuniquegeek

7 years ago

This is my favorite Conky theme. However, it doesn't seem to be working in Linux Mint 12 running Cinnamon.
Any ideas?
Thanks.

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Zanethefallen

7 years ago

This layout is great, but is there a way to change the gauge color? (Not a big fan of orange)

I have already replaced every instance of EF5A29 in the .lua file with 4D7EB1, to no avail. Is there a cache file or something that I need to delete?

EDIT: Nevermind, I had made a copy of the .lua and was editing the wrong file.

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Zanethefallen

7 years ago

This layout is great, but is there a way to change the gauge color? (Not a big fan of orange)

I have already replaced every instance of EF5A29 in the .lua file with 4D7EB1, to no avail. Is there a cache file or something that I need to delete?

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ilnanny75

7 years ago

I like this!
Thanks for sharing your art!

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C

lunatico

7 years ago

your welcome. glad u liked it.

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hack5

7 years ago

how I can lower it a bit, this high up, can help

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C

lunatico

7 years ago

Not sure I understand what you're asking for...

Line 25 on file conkyrc_lunatico:
gap_y 100

Increase that number as needed.

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hack5

7 years ago

Fantastic, thank you very much, I could center

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7 years ago

22/06/2011:
- Added CPU graph
- Reduced size slightly and arranged elements better to have equal separation and consistency
- Added potential memory leak fix

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