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Conky Sentinel

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Minimum required   GNOME 2.x
Downloads:  4968
Submitted:  Aug 23 2012
Updated:  Jul 21 2014

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4500 downloads! Thanks guys for the support!

Conky Sentinel by Tuxkernel

Based in Mech-Tex 1000 SuperKaramba Theme by Scibior

http://kde-look.org/content/show.php/Mech-Tex+1000?content=34216

Based in Legacy Conky by *UBUNTICO

http://malbzamora.deviantart.com/art/Legacy-Conky-190498842

Watch Conky Sentinel v1.6 in action and play in HD (Youtube)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EGpeNUAL95w

Installation:

1.- Open a Terminal (Applications-Accesories-Terminal) and type:

sudo apt-get install conky-all lm-sensors hddtemp

2.- Download and unzip Conky Sentinel theme

3.- Rename Conky folder to .Conky

4.- Go to .Conky/sentinel/font/ and install all truetype fonts.

5.- Now, just copy .Conky folder to /home/YOURUSERNAME/

6.- Go to System-Preferences-Start_Applications. Add. In dialog Box (Command) just write: sh /home/YOURUSERNAME/.Conky/start_conky.sh

7.- Reboot. Now, Conky Sentinel is running!

If you have problems with installation, write me or reply me. Comments are welcome and vote, please!

Enjoy!

Greatings!

Tuxkernel ...

NOTE: This conky theme was prepared for 1366x768 resolution. Obviously, you can touch the code for your optimal resolution. If you want to show Audacious Cover on your desktop, don't forget rename your album cover into music folder to "folder.jpg". If you want receive facebook notifications in Conky go to http://www.taringa.net/posts/linux/12952099/notificaciones-de-facebook-en-conky.html and follow the tutorial.

* NOTES ABOUT CONKY SENTINEL RELOADED.

Conky Sentinel Reloaded is using 01.png background image by default. If you want use the other image (02.png), do this:

* Open a terminal and type:

sudo gedit .Conky/sentinel-reloaded/config/conkyrc1

In this file, find "01.png" and change to "02.png" (Remember, no quotes).

Below, find "{color black}" and change to "{color red}" (Remember, no quotes)

Save and exit. That's all.

* HOW TO CHANGE PICS IN A NEW DESKTOP PICTURE SCREEN (This feature is available only in Conky Sentinel 1280x1024 resolution)

* Go to .Conky/sentinel/pics and select your favorite logo o picture. If don't like these pictures, just drag your best pictures -dad, mom, pet, girlfriend, etc- from your database pictures. Then;

* Open a terminal and type:

sudo gedit .Conky/sentinel/config/conkyrc18

At the bottom, just change "debian.png" for other.

Some examples:

${image ~/.Conky/sentinel/pics/tux.png -p 0,0 -s 128x128}

${image ~/.Conky/sentinel/pics/gnu.png -p 0,0 -s 128x128}

${image ~/.Conky/sentinel/pics/YOUR_NAMEFILE_PICTURE -p 0,0 -s 128x128}

Save change and exit. That's all.

Greatings!

Tuxkernel...

This theme looks better with:

* Alienware Darkstar Theme:

http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Alienware+Darkstar?content=118446

* Alienware_BREED_Icons:

http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Alienware_BREED_Icons?content=152016

* Winamp Nucleo Alien Mind Skin:

http://www.winamp.com/skin/nucleo-alienmind-v5/145489

or Alienware Darkstar VLC Skin

http://www1.videolan.org/vlc/download-skins2-go.php?url=Alienware%20Darkstar.vlt

* Battleship Wallpaper HD:

http://rovergida.deviantart.com/art/Battleship-Wallpaper-187034294

* Impulse - PulseAudioVisualizer Screenlet:

http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Impulse+-+PulseAudio+visualizer?content=99383

* Powder X11 Mouse Cursor:

http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Powder?content=109306

* Exploting Planet Skydome Animated (Compiz Fusion Skydome):

http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Exploding+Planet+Skydome+Animated?content=121086

* Alienware Firefox Persona:

http://www.getpersonas.com/es/persona/143251

* Stanley Jobson Tribute (for background Terminal):

http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Stanley+Jobson+Tribute?content=151801

or cmatrix console screensaver

http://www.asty.org/cmatrix/

* Alienware Invader 02 Sounds For GNOMenu:

http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Alienware+Invader+O2+Sounds+For+GNOMenu?content=150299

* Blue Vision (desktop-login.ogg):

http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Blue+Vision+%28desktop-login.ogg%29?content=152162

or

* Alienware M11x-R2 (desktop-login.ogg):

http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Alienware+M11x-R2+%28desktop-login.ogg%29?content=150168




Changelog:


v1.6 (FINAL RELEASE)

* Now, Conky Sentinel 1280x1024 resolution includes three LCD panels (temperatures, SYSINFO and NETINFO) Check the new screenshots for more information.

* Now, Conky Sentinel 1280x1024 resolution include a new desktop picture screen.



License:
Totally Free

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 wallpaper

 
 by nothing92 on: May 6 2013
 
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this wallpaper is cool too,I would love to get that wallpaper, Can you supply the link?thanks for your work.


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 Re: wallpaper

 
 by tuxkernel on: May 6 2013
 
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Original wallpaper is here:

http://rovergida.deviantart.com/art/Battleship-Wallpaper-187034294

If you want these wallpaper in red color, open it with Gimp. Go to menu "colors", select "colorized", select red color and push OK. Now go to menu "file", select "to export" and save. That's all.

Greatings!

Tuxkernel...


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 Re: Re: wallpaper

 
 by nothing92 on: May 6 2013
 
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thank you so much ,it is so kind of you.


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 Re: wallpaper

 
 by tuxkernel on: May 6 2013
 
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Original wallpaper is here:

http://rovergida.deviantart.com/art/Battleship-Wallpaper-187034294

If you want these wallpaper in red color, open it with Gimp. Go to menu "colors", select "colorized", select red color and push OK. Now go to menu "file", select "to export" and save. That's all.

Greatings!

Tuxkernel...


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 Re: wallpaper

 
 by tuxkernel on: May 6 2013
 
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Original wallpaper is here:

http://rovergida.deviantart.com/art/Battleship-Wallpaper-187034294

If you want these wallpaper in red color, open it with Gimp. Go to menu "colors", select "colorized", select red color and push OK. Now go to menu "file", select "to export" and save. That's all.

Greatings!

Tuxkernel...


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 It's well done!

 
 by WalentyWalewski on: Jul 1 2013
 
Score 72%

Your work is of high quality workmanship and originality of style. I recommend to all this work.


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 Re: It's well done!

 
 by tuxkernel on: Jul 1 2013
 
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Thanks WalentiWalew :-)

Greatings!!!

Tuxkernel...


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 Re: Re: It's well done!

 
 by WalentyWalewski on: Jul 1 2013
 
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I am Walenty Walewski. Thank you.:)


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 HELP!

 
 by dwilson0914 on: Aug 8 2013
 
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Hi, I am new to linux in general and absolutely love what you have done here. The only issue I am running into is my laptop is 1280 X 800 and I have no idea how to get this set to that resolution. Can you please help, would love to have this up and running on my system. Thanks in advance!


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 Re: HELP!

 
 by tuxkernel on: Aug 9 2013
 
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Ups! :-(

Making a new Conky Sentinel version for 1280x800 resolution, right now!

Greatings!

Tuxkernel...


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 Re: Re: HELP!

 
 by dwilson0914 on: Aug 9 2013
 
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Awesome thank you! I cant wait till its done so I can start using this great looking theme!


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 Re: Re: HELP!

 
 by dwilson0914 on: Aug 14 2013
 
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Ok, sorry for being such a pain but I have downloaded the 1280 x 800 version (thanks a ton for making that!) and have fallowed your instructions to the letter but every time I start my system there is nothing there. Conky was displaying with the regular version, but was just huge. Now I get nothing. Any suggestions?


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 Re: Re: Re: HELP!

 
 by tuxkernel on: Aug 14 2013
 
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I uploaded a new version of Conky Sentinel for 1280x800 resolution. Just download and follow the instructions.

Enjoy!

Greatings!

Tuxkernel...


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 Re: Re: Re: HELP!

 
 by tuxkernel on: Aug 16 2013
 
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Hi dwilson0914:

I resized the LCD Panel-up image. Now looks better. Just download and follow the instructions.

Enjoy!

Greatings!

Tuxkernel...


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: HELP!

 
 by dwilson0914 on: Aug 23 2013
 
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Hey man, sorry for whatever reason I never got email notification that you replied. I appreciate all the trouble you have gone through to try and get this to work for me, but alas I am giving up. I still get nothing when I follow your instructions. I have done the termingal thing, downloaded the folder and moved it to my home directory and renamed it .Conky, and then created a startup program with the command to go to tht directory. Restart the system and nada...nothing at all. Just guessing it doesnt like my laptop for whatever reason lol


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: HELP!

 
 by dwilson0914 on: Aug 23 2013
 
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OK so I re-installed Linux on my PC and did a fresh install of Sentinel. Still wasn't working but ended up going into the start_conky.sh file and changing all the sleep timers to 0. Restarted and it came right up. Well mostly. I can not get the upper middle screen to show no matter what I do. Also, the window in the upper left that shows WIFI and the hard-drive etc doesn't show any values in there separate windows..any ideas?


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: HELP!

 
 by tuxkernel on: Aug 24 2013
 
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Hi dwilson0914:

Change sleep timers to 5 or 10 seconds, no "0". Conky Sentinel maybe not work.

WIFI and HD drives:

Open a terminal and type:

ifconfig

Check your WIFI interface. By default, Conky Sentinel is working with wlan0. But if you have eth0, eth1 or other, then go to .Conky/sentinel/scripts/ and open rings1.lua

In these file, change this lines:

arg="wlan0",

to

arg="eth0", or arg="eth1", or other. Just change "wlan0" for your WIFI interface. Save and exit.

Do the same with .Conky/sentinel/config/conkyrc1 and .Conky/sentinel/config/conkyrc6

In those files, change the lines:

${downspeedgraph wlan0 15,355} ${downspeed wlan0}

and

${upspeedgraph wlan0 15,355} ${upspeed wlan0}

for your WIFI interface. Examples:

${downspeedgraph eth0 15,355} ${downspeed eth0}
${upspeedgraph eth0 15,355} ${upspeed eth0}
${downspeedgraph eth1 15,355} ${downspeed eth1}
${upspeedgraph eth1 15,355} ${upspeed eth1}

etc... Save and exit.

That's all. Good luck!

Tuxkernel...


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: HELP!

 
 by dwilson0914 on: Aug 25 2013
 
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Awesome man thanks! Got the WIFI up and running now. The one window still wont show in the upper middle. Believe its conky6. Also, am attaching a link to a screenshot of my setup. I have circled in white the stuff thats not working. One is the /h and / rings as well as the Swap and Battery rings. I have already changed the BAT1 to a BAT0 but that didnt get the ring to work. And is there any way that instead of SWAP i could display my volume level instead? Thanks in advance man, sorry for being such a pain. Link to screenshot below.

http://postimg.org/image/ugmd0yhr7/94b74a4f/



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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: HELP!

 
 by tuxkernel on: Aug 25 2013
 
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Hi dwilson0914:

ABOUT LCD PANEL-UP (CENTRAL)

How many cpucores do you have? If you don't know, open a terminal and type:

cd /
cat /proc/cpuinfo

Check the lines named "processor" and account the cpucores. Then go to .Conky/sentinel/config and open conkyrc6

Change the lines named:

CPU0: ${cpugraph cpu0 11,47}
CPU1: ${cpugraph cpu1 11,47}
CPU2: ${cpugraph cpu2 11,47}
CPU3: ${cpugraph cpu3 11,47}

for:

CPU0: ${cpugraph cpu0 11,47} <--- SINGLE-CORE
CPU1: ${cpugraph cpu1 11,47} <--- DUAL-CORE OR CORE 2 DUO
CPU2: ${cpugraph cpu2 11,47} <--- Core i3
CPU3: ${cpugraph cpu3 11,47} <--- etc...

Save and exit.

ABOUT /root and /home, SWAP AND BATTERY:

/root and /home: I thing you have a fresh installation and your HD is empty, or almost empty. Try load many files into HD and look if rings works.

SWAP: if you have 2 gigas in RAM memory or more, then swap memory not work for you. This is not a question about Conky Sentinel. This is a question about your Linux system.

BATTERY:

Open a terminal and type:

cd /
cat sys/class/power_supply/
ls

If you see BAT0, BAT1 or other thing, then edit the lua rings about this conkyrc.

CHANGE SWAP TO VOLUME:

Of course! Just edit the lua ring about SWAP and change the line:

name="swapperc",

for

name="mixer",
arg="Master",

That's all. If you are in troubles, reply me.

Good luck!

Tuxkernel...



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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: HELP!

 
 by dwilson0914 on: Aug 26 2013
 
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Awesome man, was able to get the battery gauge working and you where right about the /h and / gauges. Unfortunately still cant get the LCD PANEL-UP (CENTRAL) to work.

OK so when I do the cd / and cat /proc/cpuinfo it says I have 1 processor. in your reply you said...

"Change the lines named:

CPU0: ${cpugraph cpu0 11,47}
CPU1: ${cpugraph cpu1 11,47}
CPU2: ${cpugraph cpu2 11,47}
CPU3: ${cpugraph cpu3 11,47}

for:

CPU0: ${cpugraph cpu0 11,47} <--- SINGLE-CORE
CPU1: ${cpugraph cpu1 11,47} <--- DUAL-CORE OR CORE 2 DUO
CPU2: ${cpugraph cpu2 11,47} <--- Core i3
CPU3: ${cpugraph cpu3 11,47} <--- etc..."

But I see no change from what they are to what they should be other than labeling each line with what kind of core it is. Also, changed the lua ring about SWAP to what you said (so that it shows my volume level) but it doesn't register a value no matter what my volume is set to.


I am so sorry to be such as a bother and I truly appreciate all the help you have given me



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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: HELP!

 
 by dwilson0914 on: Aug 26 2013
 
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Awesome man, was able to get the battery gauge working and you where right about the /h and / gauges. Unfortunately still cant get the LCD PANEL-UP (CENTRAL) to work.

OK so when I do the cd / and cat /proc/cpuinfo it says I have 1 processor. in your reply you said...

"Change the lines named:

CPU0: ${cpugraph cpu0 11,47}
CPU1: ${cpugraph cpu1 11,47}
CPU2: ${cpugraph cpu2 11,47}
CPU3: ${cpugraph cpu3 11,47}

for:

CPU0: ${cpugraph cpu0 11,47} <--- SINGLE-CORE
CPU1: ${cpugraph cpu1 11,47} <--- DUAL-CORE OR CORE 2 DUO
CPU2: ${cpugraph cpu2 11,47} <--- Core i3
CPU3: ${cpugraph cpu3 11,47} <--- etc..."

But I see no change from what they are to what they should be other than labeling each line with what kind of core it is. Also, changed the lua ring about SWAP to what you said (so that it shows my volume level) but it doesn't register a value no matter what my volume is set to.


I am so sorry to be such as a bother and I truly appreciate all the help you have given me



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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: HELP!

 
 by tuxkernel on: Aug 26 2013
 
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Hi dwilson0914:

ABOUT CPUCORE:

Open a terminal and type:

cd /
cd proc/acpi/processor/
ls

Can you see CPU0 or CPU1 or anything?

If you have CPU0, then change the lines for:

CPU0: ${cpugraph cpu0 11,47}
CPU0: ${cpugraph cpu0 11,47}
CPU0: ${cpugraph cpu0 11,47}
CPU0: ${cpugraph cpu0 11,47}

If you have CPU1, then change the lines for:

CPU1: ${cpugraph cpu1 11,47}
CPU1: ${cpugraph cpu1 11,47}
CPU1: ${cpugraph cpu1 11,47}
CPU1: ${cpugraph cpu1 11,47}

Save and exit. If you can't see changes, rerrun Conky Sentinel instances or reboot you machine.

ABOUT VOLUME:

I'm stupid. In Linux Mint, the path to VOL has changed. I'm searching how to fix :-( By the moment, try to make changes. I promise reply you as soon I can.

Good luck!

Tuxkernel...



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