guest@dotshare [~/groups/info/conky] $ ls donky-conky-as-dock-donkey-D/ | cat

donky (conky as dock => donk(e)y :D) (scrot, raw, dl)

Army Jun 22, 2011 (info/conky)

SCROT

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background no
use_xft yes
xftfont terminus:size=9
update_interval 1
total_run_times 0
own_window yes
own_window_type dock
own_window_transparent yes
minimum_size 1280
maximum_width 1280
double_buffer yes
border_inner_margin 0
border_outer_margin 0
alignment bottom_right
use_spacer left
gap_x 0
gap_y 0
#out_to_console yes
#out_to_x no

TEXT
${color #979797}mem ${color }${mem} / ${swap}${color #979797} sda ${color }${fs_free /} / ${fs_free /home}${color #979797}${color }${if_mounted /media/2000GB}${color #979797} 2000GB ${color }${fs_free /media/2000GB}${endif}${if_mounted /media/1500GB}${color #979797} 1500GB ${color }${fs_free /media/1500GB}${endif}${if_mounted /media/500GB}${color #979797} 500GB ${color }${fs_free /media/500GB}${endif}${if_mounted /media/16GB}${color #979797} 16GB ${color }${fs_free /media/16GB}${endif}${if_mounted /media/4GB}${color #979797} 4GB ${color }${fs_free /media/4GB}${endif}${if_mounted /media/Elements}${color #979797} 250GB ${color }${fs_free /media/Elements}${endif}${color #979797} ${color #979797} cpu ${color }${hwmon 0 temp 1}°C / ${color }${cpu}% / ${freq_g}GHz${color #979797} bat ${color }${battery BAT0}${if_up eth0}${color #979797} lan ${color }${downspeed eth0} / ${upspeed eth0}${endif}${if_up wlan0}${color #979797} wlan ${color }${downspeed wlan0} / ${upspeed wlan0}${endif}${if_mpd_playing}${color #979797} mpd ${color }${mpd_smart} ${mpd_elapsed} / ${mpd_length} ${endif}${if_running shell-fm}${color #979797} shell-fm ${color}${exec cat /home/army/.shell-fm/nowplaying} ${endif}${alignr 0}${color }${time %a}, ${time %x %R}

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Notes

Basically I want to show, how many informations you can get into 14 pixels of height, which I use as a dock in the i3 window manager. Of course you’ll have to adjust the mount points of your external drives. I always name them according to their capacity ;)

Comments

Army said about 7 years ago

I also could have called it cockey, cocky or just cock ;)

edited about 7 years ago

staticsafe said about 7 years ago

People who want to use this, make sure to download the Terminus font from here:
http://www.fractal.csie.org/~eric/wiki/Terminus_font

Army said about 7 years ago

Actually this works with the normal terminus font from http://sourceforge.net/projects/terminus-font !