I cannot seem to get data to show up in the forecast window. I have my city ID and I also went to weather.com and signed up and got my 2 keys and put them in conkyforecast.config. So here is what I have (the template is someone else s mind you but I have my city data enetered. I'm sure I am overlooking something but what I don't know conkyforecast:
I'm trying to setup the conkyforecast.py and I need the Partner ID and the License Key for Xoap. Weather.com has yet to send them to me. How long does it usually take for them to send this information? It has been almost 24 hours since I registered.
I have the weather indicator installed on 11.04, using unity, at first when I hit forecast, it would should the next 4 days and little pictures above the temp, clouds, rain, sun etc. Now all I see is what looks like a page and a red circle. The pictures are not there anymore. Everything is up to date. I tried uninstalling and installing, that worked for like a few hrs, but now it's not showing the pictures anymore.
I have been trying to get current weather using the GNOME weather applet. The ones which are installed by default and you do right-click > Add to Panel kinda thing. Now the problem is I'm getting stale or fixed current weathers as well as forecast. I have been trying for several weeks but with no success.
when I type "conky" in terminal it returns with Conky: invalid configuration file '/home/user/.conkyrc' Conky: missing text block in configuration; exiting ***** Imlib2 Developer Warning ***** : This program is calling the Imlib call: imlib_context_free(); With the parameter: context being NULL. Please fix your program. I've tried completely uninstalling, rebooting, then reinstalling, still same error?
I installed the 2.6.35-23-generic kernel yesterday and now conky doesn't run because there is a folder that is now missing. Conky runs at startup and when entering this in terminal: conky -c /home/cavsfan/.conkyrc
I get this error Code: Conky: can't open '/sys/bus/platform/devices/coretemp.2/temp1_input': No such file or directory please check your device or remove this var from Conky ***** Imlib2 Developer Warning ***** : This program is calling the Imlib call: imlib_context_free(); With the parameter: context being NULL. Please fix your program. And sure enough folder coretemp.2 is missing:
Code: cavsfan@cavsfan-MS-7529:~$ cd /sys/bus/platform/devices/ cavsfan@cavsfan-MS-7529:/sys/bus/platform/devices$ ls coretemp.0 coretemp.3 Fixed MDIO bus.0 pcspkr coretemp.1 f71882fg.2560 i8042 serial8250 cavsfan@cavsfan-MS-7529:/sys/bus/platform/devices$
How to get /sys/bus/platform/devices/coretemp.2/temp1_input back? The whole folder is missing and I have tried uninstalling lm-sensors, hddtemp without success. I do not understand why the folder would be missing after an update.
I'm getting very frustrated and confused with conky-colors. I was reading OMGubuntu, and saw that Conky Colors 7 had been release and it looked pretty [URL]pt to install it from that page, but got hopelessly confused. I would really just like some step by step, noob friendly instructions. I managed to do these first two steps though:"$sudo apt-get install aptitude python-keyring python-statgrab ttf-ubuntu-font-family hddtemp curl lm-sensors conky-all $sudo chmod u+s /usr/sbin/hddtemp"
I'm trying to install conky on my Slackware. I've downloaded the files from slackbuilds.org (both conky and lua). I've compiled and installed lua writing "make linux" and "sudo make install", but when I'm trying to compile conky, it says:
Code: No package 'lua5.1' found Consider adjusting the PKG_CONFIG_PATH environment variable if you
I have a problem with conky. It draws a black background instead of using pseudo-transparency. I ofc tried to achieve this with feh but to no avail. All the instructions here failed: Conky Hardcore! Conky transparency with KDE (3 and 4)
I try any way to install conky and my conky -v here. I can't run more conky settings because i don't know add imlib2 in lua bingdings????. How do it??? (I'm a newbie and my english is bad >"<)Conky 1.8.0 compiled Sat Aug 7 19:09:49 ICT 2010 for Linux 2.6.34-12-default (i686)Compiled in features:System config file: /usr/local/etc/conky/conky.conf Package library path: /usr/local/lib/conky
I've been using conky for some time now, and I haven't changed conkyrc for a while. However, when I installed lucid (fresh install) conky starts wrong with ubuntu, like in a glass box that overlaps any window. The weird thing is that if I kill conky and start it over again manually (without the script in preferences->startup applications) it is OK. Screenshots: [URL].
I'v installed conky (from the repo) on my Fedora 12 x64 box, and i'm very pleased with it. However I can't get it to start at login.I'v tried shell scripts that include a delay (i tried delays of up to 30 secconds), and there is no change.
I would like to run Conky on my Gnome desktop, I've configured a .conkyrc and it works quite nicely if I launch it in a terminal. However .... if I set it to run as a startup application (by using /usr/bin/conky &), 2 unexpected things happen.1. Conky doesn't load2. My gnome-panel doesn't appearHowever, gnome-panel is running, as I am unable to launch another one.
conky draws the root background for sudo transparency, not the desktop image, so solve by using real transparency, but this means any desktop icon blinks or just vanishes, what to do,looked around for a while. but no further along, anyone else had this problem, anyone else solved this problem?
The application is Conky running under Fedora 12 Alpha. This application is set to start upon logging in to the desktop and it does just that. It appears for a second or two and then disappears from view. Although I don't see it, top tells me it is in fact running. As a result of this unexpected behavior I kill the process and restart the application using the ALT/F2 run application tool. When I do this Conky appears on the desktop and stays in view.
I'm running F14 on an Intel i5 processor with a NVidia GT340 graphics card. Installation works great. Compiz Fusion runs too. At this point, the panels are a little unpredictable, in the sense that some items on the panels disappear and appear as they please; changes only come during startup. The userswitcher is usually absent (but not always). The show desktop icon is sometimes absent, and on a very rare occasion, the desktop switcher is invisible. For all of these items, space is reserved in the panel, and when manually added to the panels, that space is left blank; I can not move anything into that space. It remains reserved for the item that isn't shown.
Then I install conky. First installation works fine, shows all things that are called upon in the .conkyrc file nicely. It works fine until I click anything - even on blank space - on the desktop. Conky then disappears. The process continues to run, but it's no longer displayed. Upon reboot, all of my panels disappear, and I have no idea how to get them back. When I uninstall conky everything works again as before (the userswitcher being the least predictable item on my panels). When I reinstall conky, and add it to my startup items, it shows for a couple of seconds after log-in after which it disappears. I assume - but don't know how to check as I have no panels left so how can I run the system monitor - that the process keeps running, but it isn't displayed.
Recently came across this system monitor for the desktop (in PartedMagic).I liked it,thought it would be fun to play with. It bills itself as being for Ubuntu, but it appears to be available through the Fedora repo.I'm just wondering if anyone is/has run it on their Fedora install? The Conky site doesn't appear to have any Fedora related documentation. Note, I'm not looking for instructions, just wondering if any Fedora users are actually running it.
I just did a fresh install of Ubuntu 10.10 and i thought I'll just compile the latest version of conky. So i did:
Code: ./configure --prefix=/usr --enable-audacious=yes --enable-iostats --enable-curl --enable-rss --enable-weather-metar --enable-weather-xoap --enable-imlib2 --enable-lua-imlib2 --enable-lua --enable-lua-cairo --enable-wlan All good. I finally install everything and manage to get configure to finish but once I type make it exists in the middle.