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How to change the conky’s in ArchLabs

How to change the conky’s in ArchLabs

In ArchLabs we can use the menu to change the conky as you can see in the image below. What is more we can select as many conky’s as we want. Providing they do not overlap in position on the screen. Then you will have to go in the code to tell the conky to move...
Changing the colors of the cyclo conky on ArchLabs

Changing the colors of the cyclo conky on ArchLabs

First of all you need to get the latest version of the conky’s from github. That is accomplished by following this tutorial. Basically we will use the script in ~/.config/openbox/scripts and you will have a backup of the old ~/.config/conky folder.   If we have...
How to make the LUA conky’s work on ArchLabs

How to make the LUA conky’s work on ArchLabs

All conky’s, requiring LUA coming from ArchLabs, will have ‘lua’ in its name. That means you will have to install extra software to be able to see elements created by this programming language. Type this in your terminal and depending on your...
Finetuning the AP-Weather conky from ArchLabs

Finetuning the AP-Weather conky from ArchLabs

Conky is a free software system monitor. It is available for Linux. Conky is highly configurable and is able to monitor many system variables including the status of the CPU, memory, swap space, disk storage, temperatures, processes, network interfaces, battery power,...
How to change the Aureola conky configuration code

How to change the Aureola conky configuration code

This article will be come a collection of all little changes anyone can make on any distro. Aureola is intended to run anywhere. But some commands are depending on the availability of software and/or hardware. Changing the colours of the conky In this example I will...

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