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#1 2020-07-29 12:32:18

wingcommander1999
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[HowTo]Add debian version in conky

Conky is a open source software desktop system monitor for the X Window System. It is available for Linux, FreeBSD, and OpenBSD. Source

My work are forked from Neon Cipher good tutorial => Conky System Monitor on My Desktop. How to Install and Configure It on Linux.

I add the code after the 85 line in the conky.conf file:

sudo nano ~/.config/conky/conky.conf
$font${color DimGray}Debian Version $alignr ${execi 30 cat /etc/debian_version}

The output:

conky-debian-version.jpg


Don't forget to adjust the config file with your material.


Here the forked config file in english:

conky.conf


if you encounter any inconsistencies with the amount of memory, just toggle "no_buffers" to yes in the conky.conf file, stop and start conky processu with the system monitor, open an terminal and write conky and enter to take effects.

Last edited by wingcommander1999 (2020-07-31 08:51:06)


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#2 2020-08-02 17:18:11

Ogis1975
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Re: [HowTo]Add debian version in conky

And why do you use the sudo command for editing conky config in user dir?

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