Line Conky

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    malemale

    The part of interest to me is the idea of a top or bottom of the screen horizontal conky whose purpose would be keep the important stuff on the top of the screen unless specifically overriden…

    Interesting conky concept

    @BobC
    a few examples. Choose something.

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    #26274
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    KooKoo

    @male Some interesting concepts you can’t beat a good bar..I like the network graph nice idea..

    These two conkys are the same script..

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    Clear

    anitX-19 (5.3.14-antix.1-amd64-smp) + (i3) & 2 Laps T430 17.2 X220 17.4
    Debian 4.19.67-2+deb10u2 + (i3)

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    AvatarBobC

    Yes, thanks. I can’t find a memory efficient way to monitor for root file system space (running from small SSD), and have come to the conclusion that conky uses less memory than any tray icon I have found to do that task. This is certainly a good possible option.

    #26298
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    malemale

    @KoO, nice

    Originally I had all Conkys with the configuration files
    is provided. But it got the “Forbidden error” of the forum when sending it.
    I am already old and forgot what trick there is to bypass this “Forbidden”. Maybe it knows caprea… 😉

    @BobC
    so you mean a conky that shows you “df -h” from /?
    Do I have to search through my collection, somewhere you can find that, too.
    Where do you want it, up, down, left, right? What is the resolution of your display?

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