Conky configuration which I have used some time ago, you might need to adjust path manually to match your system. Plus you need fullest conky package. Continue reading “Conky with Spotify”
So you want to have a system monitor on our desktop or something made in conky. I guess you can start conky already from terminal by typing conky in it (if not type in terminal sudo apt-get install conky), but it is quite annoying to start it manually every time. In order to make in run automatically follow these steps:
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I have improved a lot my previous version. Removed battery information and centralized everything. Changed some items place, CPU’s graphs are now on top, but they are more cosmetic than informational.
I am using Bodhi Linux and here is my conky configuration text. It is minimalistic, but has all what is needed, there is minimal system information (uptime, total RamSwap, current frequency of processor cores), it’s usage (load of CPU cores, ram usage, I do not included swap, because it is never used on my laptop), wireless information (SSID name, signal strength, connections coming in and out, also speed of download and upload. There is also information about AC adapter and battery. My conky is colorful and transparent, suited for laptop, which uses wireless (wlan0). If you want to use cable, change wlan0 to eth0. Continue reading “Bodhi Linux: My Conky configuration text”