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#1 2014-01-05 11:53:34

Mr Green
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Desktop on Lifehacker

http://dobbie03.kinja.com/blurry-mounta … 1490419719

Really like conky configs, would be cool get something like this in ArchBang for spring release....


Comments, suggestions please feel free to contact me mrgreen(at)archbang(dot)org

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#2 2014-01-05 17:40:32

lrcaballero
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From: /Home/San Diego, California
Registered: 2010-11-20
Posts: 261
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Re: Desktop on Lifehacker

Mr Green wrote:

http://dobbie03.kinja.com/blurry-mounta … 1490419719

Really like conky configs, would be cool get something like this in ArchBang for spring release....

Yeah! his setup is pretty cool Mr. Green, Dobbie03 is also a regular at the #! forums...I actually copied his Conky config (time/date).

2014-01-01--13886355561366x768scrot.png

This is my #! box...

I still believe and think that Arch! is closest to Arch...very small in size and light!

Last edited by lrcaballero (2014-01-05 17:44:13)


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#3 2014-01-06 03:07:09

Mr Green
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Registered: 2010-11-07
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Re: Desktop on Lifehacker

If you want to get real fancy with date take a look at this little script I have written to add the 'th' that day

#!/bin/bash
# day script by Mr Green

day=$(date +%e | sed 's/^ *//g')
day_ex="th"

case ${day} in
1|21|31 )
	day_ex="st" ;;
2|22 )
	day_ex="nd" ;;
3|23 )
	day_ex="rd" ;;
* ) 
	day_ex="th" ;;
esac

echo "${day}${day_ex} "

Comments, suggestions please feel free to contact me mrgreen(at)archbang(dot)org

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#4 2014-01-10 23:57:20

lrcaballero
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From: /Home/San Diego, California
Registered: 2010-11-20
Posts: 261
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Re: Desktop on Lifehacker

Mr Green wrote:

If you want to get real fancy with date take a look at this little script I have written to add the 'th' that day

#!/bin/bash
# day script by Mr Green

day=$(date +%e | sed 's/^ *//g')
day_ex="th"

case ${day} in
1|21|31 )
	day_ex="st" ;;
2|22 )
	day_ex="nd" ;;
3|23 )
	day_ex="rd" ;;
* ) 
	day_ex="th" ;;
esac

echo "${day}${day_ex} "

Thanks Mr. Green, I will give it a try...


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