New in version 4.1

July 15th, 2013
  • Fixed an error in "~/conky/calendrier/.conkyrc_chargement2" file about the "fond355x25.png" picture.
  • Creating a launcher switch "mail_apt_data_panel" to stop or start "mail_apt_data". You can copy them to "/usr/local/bin/".

New in version 4 (June 24th, 2013)

  • Addition 3rd panel with Ubuntu version, Kernel, RAM, Swap, CPU load, Process.
  • Change line 5 "cat /etc/lsb-release" file "~/conky/calendrier/version.sh" if necessary, for another Linux distribution.

New in version 3 (March 8th, 2013)

  • The package "aptitude" is no longer needed, you can uninstall it. Looking for updates is via "apt-get"
  • Create a file "~/conky/calendar/launchers/mailapt_data" which tracks the number of updates to packages in all deposits and new mails from your ISP. You can copy it to "/usr/local/bin" and start with automatic loading "XFCE" (equal opportunity for other distributions).
  • Not to be obliged to enter a password, it is necessary to add the following two lines in the file "/etc/sudoers"
  • foo ALL = (root) NOPASSWD: /usr/bin/apt-get - simulate upgrade
  • foo ALL = (root) NOPASSWD: /usr/bin/apt-get update
  • Replace "foo" with your "username".
  • Also change the launcher switches "~/conky/calendar/launchers/calendriermailapt.sh" (1 click opens the conky, click closes another one), you can also copy "/usr/local/bin".
  • Remove ". Conkyrc_mail_text,. Conkyrc_mail_text2,. Conkyrc_apt_text,. Conkyrc_apt_text2, and apt_refresh.sh mail_refresh.sh"
  • Renaming "debupdate.sh" with "debaptupdate.sh"
  • Create a file "~/conky/calendrier/debaptupdate2.sh" which indicates the number of updates without asking the deposits after closing "Synaptic".
  • Changing names for launchers "synaptic and thunderbird", now they call themselves "sinaptic" and "tunderbird"
  • Change configurations "and sinaptic tunderbird."
  • Adding trace file "~/conky/calendrier/suivi" of data updates.
  • Test network connection in "~/conky/calendrier/mailapt.sh".
  • Create a file "~/conky/calendrier/launchers/meteo_mail_apt_data ( weather + mail + apt datas )".You can copy it to "/usr/local/bin" and start with automatic loading "XFCE" (equal opportunity for other distributions).