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Modularized Conky Configuration for i3status

# Article

This long article explain how to achieve modular conky lua configuration for i3status using JSON.

I just want to share the knowledge. I hope you like it.

¤ http://epsi-rns.github.io/desktop/2016/08/01/modularized-i3status-conky-lua-json.html

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# Configuration Source

  It is optionally require: lua, conky and i3-gaps.

¤ https://github.com/epsi-rns/dotfiles/tree/master/i3

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# Screenshot

OS: Arch
WM: i3-gaps
  + Statusbar: i3bar
  + Rofi
  + Terminal: Termite
    - ViM: NERDTree
    - perl-term-extendedcolor
    - ls++

Thank you for reading and visiting.

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# i3 WM Installation

  For those who never use i3. First, you need to install the Window Manager.

  It is out of topic, and you can skip this step, if you already know how to Install i3.

¤ http://epsi-rns.github.io/desktop/2016/08/02/i3-install-debian.html

¤ http://epsi-rns.github.io/desktop/2016/08/03/i3-install-arch.html

  Note that first, you should check the official docuumentation.

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My intention is to make this group more alive.
If you think that this post a spam for this group,
I will delete this post ASAP.
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Dear Ladies and Gentlemen, Good day.

Article
¤ http://epsi-rns.github.io/desktop/2016/03/20/console-pixel-art.html

For those who likes to play console pixel-art in terminal to create a desktop screenshot, you can download a collection of shell script here
¤ https://github.com/epsi-rns/ansi-color

Original Script:
» Crunchbang » ANSI colorschemes scripts
¤ http://crunchbang.org/forums/viewtopic.php?id=13645

Sample Screenshot:
~ OS: Arch
~ WM: XMonad + XMobar
~ Terminal: A few sample script

Me myself I got nothing to prove :-)
I hope that their effort would be remembered, and useful.

Thank you for reading
Happy screenshooting :-) Best of luck.
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Modularized Awesome WM Configuration


This dotfiles might help beginner learn Awesome Window Manager. Let's have a look at these tutorials below.

I just want to share the knowledge. I hope you like it. Although, tiling window manager is not for everyone. It is your choice (and right), to learn, or not to learn.

What do you think ?

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# Configuration Source

  Just clone it, and it should work in your desktop.

¤ https://github.com/epsi-rns/dotfiles/tree/master/awesome

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# Screenshot

  WM: Awesome 3.5

  Statusbar: Lua Wibox
  - Top: Horizontal [Left, Mid, Right]
  - Bottom: Vertical [Constraint, Constraint]
  -.- Bottom.Top.Constraint: [Tasklist]
  -.- Bottom.Bottom.Constraint: [Horizontal [Left, Mid, Right]]

  Terminal: Termite
  Menu Icon: Paper
  Font: Tamsyn
 
¤ http://nurwijayadi.deviantart.com/art/Modularized-Awesome-WM-Configuration-622327698

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# Structure

  This article explain directory structure of modularized Awesome WM configuration (rc.lua)

¤ http://epsi-rns.github.io/desktop/2016/07/06/modularized-awesome-structure.html

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# Preparing

  This article explain coding style approach of this modularized Awesome WM configuration (rc.lua) and the process of splitting the codes.

¤ http://epsi-rns.github.io/desktop/2016/07/13/modularized-awesome-preparing.html

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# Awesome WM Installation

  For those who never use Awesome. First, you need to install the Window Manager.

  It is out of topic, and you can skip this step, if you already know how to Install Awesome.

¤ http://epsi-rns.github.io/desktop/2016/06/30/awesome-install-debian.html

¤ http://epsi-rns.github.io/desktop/2016/06/29/awesome-install-arch.html

  Note that, the Awesome WM Wiki is more than enough.
 
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If you do not have any idea what Tiling Window Manager is all about, you can watch this Aline Abler introduction cast to tiling window manager.

¤ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Api6dFMlxAA  

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Thank you for reading and visiting.
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mmmm, just found bunsenlabs <3
https://www.bunsenlabs.org/

Thinking about the startup script for Bunsenlabs, bl-welcome, or which ever it is.

Has anyone else thought that it would good idea to ask if people want to install Jack Audio etc.. ?

I only ask because such a light weight distro is perfect for doing audio work but installing jack on top of pulse audio can be confusing and it can be easy to make a mess of the configuration files.

Would be nice to have an optional automatic setup for this.

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#bunsenlabs 8.2 Hydrogen  RC1
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Finaly my desktop, with 2 conky: one on the right with system information (in french) but 2 mistakes, CPU temp and root volume are false. As you I'm using the openlogos at the bottom.

One conky on the left with few short cut and aliases .
Also change my bashrc and menu.xml that you can found in the conky2, the motd using speed font with figlet (funny), and I add a script to use some different colors, last thing my prompt.
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I've a question for all CrunchBang usergroup, what about some post about windowsX ?
Personnaly I don't really give a fuck about microsoft news, I'm not using this kind of OS, except for testing in VM, editing regedit  .

So I want to know if we block some news about microsoft?

Freely your!

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Still playing with my CBPP, customisation is so easy and funny, after many years with: ubuntu, kubuntu, debian+KDE for real I found my distro with CBPP.
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