Signed-off-by: Jeremy Kescher <email@example.com>
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|README.md||12 months ago|
|checkAUR.sh||1 year ago|
|checkRepo.sh||1 year ago|
|demo.gif||1 year ago|
|leftside.conf||1 year ago|
|luaFunc.lua||8 months ago|
|pingtest||1 year ago|
|rightside.conf||1 year ago|
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|show_servers||1 year ago|
|startconky.sh||1 year ago|
This my conky config. It is intended to be run on Manjaro and other Arch-based distros that use the pacman package manager.
On the left side, it shows the status of my servers, my disk usage (and IO read/write), and the local IPv4 as well as the current down- and upload usage for each interface (if the interface has a local IP).
The server status will only be displayed if a file exists at
~/.config/conky/show_servers and if its content is
on. This means you can toggle the display of server status as follows:
echo on > ~/.config/conky/show_servers
echo off > ~/.config/conky/show_servers # Or just delete the file rm ~/.config/conky/show_servers
On the right side, it shows general system details, the battery status (which can be removed if you're using a desktop) as well as the remaining time to full charge or full discharge, CPU details, memory details and how many updates from official repos and the AUR are available.
conky-lua-nv(AUR/Manjaro repos) (
conky-luadoes NOT play well due to using a seperated lua version)
checkupdatesscript needed to get update count. (Arch only! Manjaro only needs
yay(AUR/Manjaro repos) (for getting AUR update count) [not needed if you don't use AUR packages]
All files are intended to be located at
~/.config/conky/. If you want a different path, you will have to change it in each file.