I am trying to bring my astrid to so list into conky.
I have been searching the web but was unable to find any conky or bash scripts.
Does anyone have any suggestions
on 12/23/2012 – Made popular on 12/23/2012
I've set conky to be started after logging in by creating the file conky.sh in /usr/local/bin, and adding the entry conky.sh to the Xfce startup applications list. conky.sh contains the following text:
Conky starts as expected, but I now have two conky-related processes permanently running: conky using 7MB of RAM and conky.sh using 1.4MB of RAM.
Hay una bastante nueva Conky sitio. . . Conky-Pitstop Este sitio es un buen lugar para encontrar todo lo que es Conky -- de Como-hacer, Tutoriales, Scripts para Configuraciones. Si es curioso o tiene preguntas acerca de Conky, nos visita solamente. Hay también varias páginas de este sitio donde se puede encontrar todo lo Conky en su nativa idioma.
Leave it to Dura to post this ! True ... and funny, funny cuz true (imo anyway.) Agree conky addiction is a potentially serious problem. Esp for conky grand masters like Sector ... he neither knows, nor cares that conky has become addictive. One of the few things about gnu/nix was able to pry meself away from. ooooOOOoo if only x about my conky would but appear 1/47 inch to da right !!!!
It has come to my attention that Conky- a system monitor that pins itself to users' desktop- has highly addictive properties and that users of such Conky find themselves sitting alone for hours editing and developing long scripts. Often, these users may not eat for days, nor clean themselves, because their addiction to Conky is so strong.
I have a new install of Ubuntu desktop on an old IBM T43 laptop, and I am trying to get conky up and running. I've copied one of the sample .conkyrc files from the conky sourceforge page and pasted it into ~/.conkyrc . However, I've rebooted conky several times (killall -SIGUSR1 conky) and it still uses the default configuration in: /etc/conky/conky.conf .
I installed conky and created a config file (/etc/conky/conky.conf) I also backed the original config file up to conky.old, but now even though conky runs when I envoke it, it's not using the config file I created and I can't find /etc/conky/conky.old. I don't know what config file it's using.