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Conky Seamod v0.1 by SeaJey Conky Seamod v0.1 by SeaJey
Custom conky config with lua-scripted rings ([link]).

My mod is based on conkyrc_lunatico which correspondingly is modification of conkyrc_orange. Links to sources: [link] , [link]
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Nawmtaronyu Feb 11, 2014  Student Digital Artist
I do not know anything really of conky and lua, I would like to remove the ethernet rings, and add in GPU in between CPU and MEM? how do I do this?
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:iconbjtrs:

Very Nice. Thanks for sharing.Nod 

A laptop version would be nice.

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:iconleonljustice:
Your conky theme is pretty amazing. I am currently using it. Thanks! Great work!
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:iconaniketdeviant:
beautiful...but don't know how to install it on my ubuntu 12.04 LTS, can you guide me?

thanks
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:iconartist00:
Many thanks for sharing this excellent looking conky-setup with us!!
Much appreciated (:

I (also) have two questions:
01) Is it possible, since i either use wlan or cable to access the internet, to add the wlan-adapter information, to be shown instead of the 'eth0-adapter' if it is inactive/not used currently and yet keep it?! How would i do it?! - simply adding line 105-111 of .conkyrc and changing the adapter-information does not work (didn't edited the .lua-script though)

02) I miss both of the inner circles in 'CPU' graphic, as shown in your screenshot. I deleted CPU 3 + CPU 4 from the .conkyrc though, since i got an error, stating, that those two mentioned are not available and conky did't start at that point!

Many thanks in advance!!
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:icon369413651:
so practical~
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:iconaslanprrrrrrr:
Loving the colors!
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TylerMelton May 5, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Nice job. The only problem I had was not being able to get the Ethernet portion fully functioning. The rings work fine. The other part not so much. I figure I'm most likely over looking something.
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