Andrew Browning , United States of America
Time Keeper

Plasma 5 Clocks 63 comments

Score 81%
19 Dislikes
Sep 08 2017
I'm trying to get this to work in SuperX 2.1.1 Ada which is built with the KDE desktop. I think it was built on top of Kubuntu 13.04 or 13.10
Found this plasmoid in the get "new widigets" option in the KDE task bar.

Followed directions for Kubuntu to the letter. Even installed "pacman" from terminal (had to, was directed to when typing in the command below), but when I type this into a terminal:
pacman -S kdeplasma-addons-wallpapers-marble
All it does is open up "Pacman"

Followed path and all elements of timekeeper plasmoid are in the /home/.kde/share/apps/plasmoid/timekeeper folder as well as plasma-applet-timekeeper.desktop being in /home/.kde/share/kde4/services.

I got zip, nada, nothing.

What am I missing? - Nov 11 2013
Conky lua

Conky 68 comments

Score 70%
30 Dislikes
May 03 2011
I have Ubuntu 12.04 with Gnome classic.

I extracted the tar.gz in my download folder, then extracted the Conky ubuntu-lua.tar.gz
I opened up the folder and renamed the conkyrc terxt file to .conkyrc and moved it to my /home/ directory.

Edited the name of the Conky ubuntu-lua folder to just .conky, and moved it to the /home/ directory

Then I opened up a terminal and typed in:
sudo apt-get install conky-all.

After it installed I rebooted, then opened up a terminal and typed in: conky

After checking everything out I opened up "startup applications".
NAME: conky
COMMAND: conky -p 15
COMMENT: A system monitor for X

Here is a screen shot:


- Sep 26 2012