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8 How to autostart the conky’s on ArcoLinuxD Gnome

8 How to autostart the conky’s on ArcoLinuxD Gnome

Starting a conky is a bit more tricky on Gnome. We will show you what stepst to take in Gnome. Normally you would look into gnome-tweak-tool and add the application in Startup Application. We will add conkyzen.desktop from /usr/share/applications to...

7 How to activate the conky’s from ArcoLinuxD on Gnome

7 How to activate the conky’s from ArcoLinuxD on Gnome

Conky's are installed via the ArcoLinux repo packages in the scripts but you need to select it with conkyzen. We show you how to start a conky. It is the same as on ArcoLinux. So not much to tell you here. Next article we will show you how to make sure the conky...

4 The best way to activate the ArcoLinuxD conky’s

4 The best way to activate the ArcoLinuxD conky’s

It all boils down to ONE SETTING. And loosing some comfort and gaining a conky. We need to set "Show Desktop Icons" OFF. That is the best and easiest solution. Then you start conkyzen and choose your conky. Use CTRL + ALT + TAB to shut down the xserver and...

3 – All about conky’s on ArcoLinuxD Cinnamon

3 – All about conky’s on ArcoLinuxD Cinnamon

There are conky's and desklets in Cinnamon. Let us check out the difference. You can find conkyzen in your menu and move it to the favorites panel. Two things to remember am-conkyzen is our overview of all conky's am-conky-session will run the conky saved in the last...

13 – installing the aureola conky’s on any desktop

13 – installing the aureola conky’s on any desktop

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,...

5 – How to get the conky’s on ArcoLinuxD Xfce

5 – How to get the conky’s on ArcoLinuxD Xfce

We use the scripts to install all the necessary ArcoLinux packages to get these conky's in and then we need to do some manual copy/paste work.  We need to copy/paste all the conky's from the /etc/xdg/conky folder to our own in  ~/.config/conky. Then we can select the...