Neste 65º artigo da Série de Ambientes de Trabalho dos Leitores do Ubuntued apresentamos-lhe 13 excelentes participações que decorreram durante esta semana.

Apesar de ser um número curto de ambientes de trabalho (em relação aos artigos anteriores), este conjunto tem alguns ambientes dos mais bonitos que por aqui passaram. De diversos ambientes gráficos, com apresentações totalmente diversificadas, este é sem dúvida um conjunto excelente para retirar ideias ou até definir um ambiente igual. De salientar ainda no facto de maioria destes ambientes serem extremamente leves, algo que é sempre importante ter.

 

Como funciona esta série?

Esta série só existe porque os leitores do Ubuntued participam de forma ativa para a manter ao mais alto nível! Por esse simples motivo a sua participação é muito importante! Como você pode participar? Muito simples, visite esta página que disponibiliza uma aplicação (ver imagem abaixo) para agilizar o processo de partilha! E depois partilhe o seu visual aqui:

Fórum do Ubuntued: Mostre o seu Desktop!

Ubuntued Desktop

Como está feito este artigo?

Como é já comum nos outros artigos desta série, cada visual apresentado neste artigo é da responsabilidade do seu Autor. Quer isto dizer que, se tem alguma questão sobre esse visual, o melhor será você questionar diretamente o Autor ou então em resposta ao post que foi originalmente apresentado por esse Autor.

Para esse efeito, em cada um dos visuais apresentados neste artigo, você tem a oportunidade de ver a descrição redigida pelos Autores, o link para o local original desse ambiente (que você pode e deve aceder para questionar algo), link direto para a página do utilizador para o questionar diretamente. Relativamente às imagens tridimensionais apresentadas em algumas das participações, se você quiser ver com melhor definição os screenshots originais deverá visitar o link do local original, intitulado: “Página deste ambiente”.

Xubuntu 12.04 – Voyager

  • Página do Ambiente de Trabalho
  • Autor: portaro
  • Sistema Operativo: Xubuntu 12.04 – Voyager
  • Tems/ estilo: null-theme
  • Ambiente Gráfico: Xfce + Docky
  • Ícones: F-Dark-Color-one-Black-Voyager
  • Outros: Conky’s

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Ubuntu Blue Kde Inspiration

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Princess Of The Night

  • Página do Ambiente de Trabalho
  • Autor: Saresa
  • Sistema Operativo: Ubuntu 12.04 LTS Precise Pangolin
  • Ambiente Gráfico: Unity
  • Tema GTK: Adwaita
  • Tema de janelas: Wasp-Murrine
  • Ícones: AwOken
  • Wallpaper: http://noben.deviantart.com/art/Midnight-in-Canterlot-279840440
  • Covergloobus: notifyOSD
  • Conky: notifyOSD(modificado)
    .conkyrc
    Código: Selecionar todos
    ######################
    # - Conky settings - #
    ######################
    update_interval 1
    total_run_times 0
    net_avg_samples 1
    cpu_avg_samples 1
    imlib_cache_size 0
    double_buffer yes
    no_buffers yes

    #####################
    # – Text settings – #
    #####################
    use_xft yes
    xftfont Ubuntu:size=9
    override_utf8_locale yes
    text_buffer_size 2048

    #############################
    # – Window specifications – #
    #############################
    own_window_class Conky
    own_window yes
    own_window_type override
    own_window_transparent yes
    own_window_hints undecorated,below,sticky,skip_taskbar,skip_pager
    #own_window_argb_visual yes
    #own_window_argb_value 100

    alignment tl
    gap_x -2
    gap_y 180
    minimum_size 350 300

    default_bar_size 60 8

    #########################
    # – Graphics settings – #
    #########################
    draw_shades no

    default_color efefef
    default_shade_color 1d1d1d
    color0 ffffff
    color1 ffffff
    color2 ffffff

    #lua_load ~/.conky/conkybg.lua
    #lua_draw_hook_pre conky_draw_bg

    TEXT
    ${voffset 5}
    ${goto 92}CPU1 Usage: ${font Ubuntu:style=Bold:size=9}${color1}${cpu cpu1}%${font}${color} ${alignr 15}Temperature: ${color1}${font Ubuntu:style=Bold:size=9}${color1}${execi 8 sensors | grep ‘Core 0′ | cut -c16-17}°C${color}${font}

    ${goto 92}CPU2 Usage: ${font Ubuntu:style=Bold:size=9}${color1}${cpu cpu2}%${font}${color} ${alignr 15}Temperature: ${font Ubuntu:style=Bold:size=9}${color1}${execi 8 sensors | grep ‘Core 2′ | cut -c16-17}°C${color}${font}

    ${goto 92}RAM:${color1} ${font Ubuntu:style=Bold:size=9}${memperc}%${font}${color}${font Ubuntu:style=Bold:size=9}${font}     Free: ${font Ubuntu:style=Bold:size=9}${color2}${memeasyfree}${color} ${font}${alignr 22}Used: ${font Ubuntu:style=Bold:size=9}${color2}${mem}${color}${font}

    ${goto 92}HDD:${color1} ${font Ubuntu:style=Bold:size=9}${fs_used_perc /home}%${font}${color}     Free: ${color2}${font Ubuntu:style=Bold:size=9}${fs_free /home}${color}${font} ${alignr 22}Used: ${font Ubuntu:style=Bold:size=9}${color2}${fs_used /home}${color}${font}

    ${if_up wlan0}
    ${voffset -4}${goto 92}${voffset -6}Upload: ${font Ubuntu:style=Bold:size=9}${color1}${upspeed wlan0}${color}${font} ${goto 230}Overall: ${font Ubuntu:style=Bold:size=9}${color2}${totalup wlan0}${color}${font}
    ${voffset 4}${goto 92}Signal:   ${font Ubuntu:style=Bold:size=9}${color1}${wireless_link_qual wlan0}%${color}${font} ${alignr 15}
    ${voffset 4}${goto 92}Down:   ${font Ubuntu:style=Bold:size=9}${color1}${downspeed wlan0}${color}${font} ${goto 230}Insgesamt: ${font Ubuntu:style=Bold:size=9}${color2}${totaldown wlan0}${color}${font}

    # |–ETH1
    ${else}${if_up eth1}
    ${voffset -8}${color0}${font VariShapes Solid:size=14}${font}${color}${goto 92}${voffset -6}Up: ${font Ubuntu:style=Bold:size=9}${color1}${upspeed eth1}${color}${font}      ${alignr 22}${color2}${upspeedgraph eth1 8,60 92B6F1 CCDFFF}${color}
    # ${goto 92}Overall: ${color2}${totalup eth1}${color} #
    ${voffset 0}${color0}${font VariShapes Solid:size=14}${font}${color}${goto 92}${voffset -4}Down: ${font Ubuntu:style=Bold:size=9}${color1}${downspeed eth1}${color}${font}  ${alignr 22}${color2}${downspeedgraph eth1 8,60 92B6F1 CCDFFF}${color}

    ${voffset -7}${color0}${font Poky:size=13}${font}${color}${goto 92}${voffset -4}Local IP: ${alignr 22}${color2}${addr eth1}${color}
    # ${goto 92}Public IP: ${alignr 15}${color2}${execi 10800 ~/.conkycolors/bin/conkyIp}${color} #
    # |–PPP0
    ${endif}${else}${if_up ppp0}
    ${voffset -13}${color0}${font VariShapes Solid:size=14}${font}${color}${goto 92}${voffset -6}Up: ${font Ubuntu:style=Bold:size=9}${color1}${upspeed ppp0}${color}${font} ${alignr 15}${color2}${upspeedgraph ppp0 8,60 92B6F1 CCDFFF}${color}
    ${goto 92}Overall: ${color2}${totalup ppp0}${color}
    ${voffset -2}${color0}${font VariShapes Solid:size=14}Q${font}${color}${goto 92}${voffset -6}Down: ${font Ubuntu:style=Bold:size=9}${color1}${downspeed ppp0}${color}${font} ${alignr 15}${color2}${downspeedgraph ppp0 8,60 92B6F1 CCDFFF}${color}
    ${goto 92}Overall: ${color2}${totaldown ppp0}${color}
    ${voffset -2}${color0}${font Poky:size=13}w${font}${color}${goto 92}${voffset -4}Local IP: ${alignr 15}${color2}${addr ppp0}${color}
    ${endif}${else}${voffset 4}${color0}${font PizzaDude Bullets:size=12}4${font}${color}${goto 92}Network Unavailable${endif}${endif}

    ${image ~/.conky/base.png -p 10,0 -s 339×86}${image ~/.conky/base.png -p 10,146 -s 339×86}${image ~/.conky/base.png -p 10,73 -s 339×86}${image ~/.conky/Task_Manager.png -p 32,20 -s 45×45}${image ~/.conky/Memory.png -p 32,93 -s 45×45}${image ~/.conky/wlan100.png -p 32,166 -s 45×45}

    Arquivos .png: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/26147373/.conky.tar.gz

  • Persona Firefox: Peaceful Night
  • Outros:
    • Weather Indicator
    • Psensor
    • Cairo-Dock
    • Dropbox

((ºº)) Adidas ((ºº))

  • Página do Ambiente de Trabalho
  • Autor: Roger Braga
  • Sistema Operativo: Ubuntu 12.04.1 LTS
  • Tema: Grayrevenge
  • Ambiente Gráfico: Unity 2D
  • Ícones: Cylon
  • Wallpaper: http://i.imgur.com/0Hl0o.jpg
  • Outros:
    • AWN;
    • Covergloobus: Maverido;
    • Conky;
      Código: Selecionar todos
      ############################################################################################
      #                                                                                          #
      #  .conkyrc (version 1.01)                                                                 #
      #  A clean, simple, yet useful configuration code for conky                                #
      #                                                                                          #
      #  Written by Petro Dawg (aka Greg):                                                       #
      #  Last updated on 8/26/12                                                                 #
      #  Based on source code from http://lonelymachines.org/2012/08/16/simple-conky-config/     #
      #    > This version has been significately modified to meet my needs and reorganized to    #
      #      add clarity for anyone wanting to modify the code further to meet their own needs.  #
      #                                                                                          #
      #  Displays the following PC information on the Desktop within an embedded window:         #
      #    > CPU temp                                                                            #
      #    > CPU operating speed                                                                 #
      #    > Individual core usage                                                               #
      #    > Top 4 processes using CPU resources                                                 #
      #    > Total RAM                                                                           #
      #    > Active RAM amount                                                                   #
      #    > Top 4 processes using RAM resources                                                 #
      #    > Root folder size and memory used                                                    #
      #    > Home folder size and memory used                                                    #
      #    > USB drive size and memory used                                                      #
      #    > IP Address                                                                          #
      #    > Download speed and data Received                                                    #
      #    > Upload speed and data Sent                                                          #
      #                                                                                          #
      #  Requires installation of:                                                               #
      #    > conky (available in software center)                                                #
      #    > lm-sensors (available in software center)                                           #
      #                                                                                          #
      #  Additional information and resources:                                                   #
      #    > To run conky at startup, create an empty file in your home folder, name it          #
      #      ".conky-startup.sh" and copy the following 2 lines in it:                           #
      #           !/bin/bash                                                                     #
      #           sleep 15 && conky ;                                                            #
      #      Add the path to the .conky-startup.sh file within Startup Applications.             #
      #    > http://conky.sourceforge.net/                                                       #
      #    > http://www.graphviz.org/doc/info/colors.html                                        #
      #    > http://www.december.com/html/spec/colorhex.html                                     #
      #                                                                                          #
      #  Upate Log:                                                                              #
      #    > Version 1.01 (8/26/12)                                                              #
      #      - USB output will disappear from Conky when USB drive is ejected                    #
      ############################################################################################
      #conky performance settings
      use_xft yes
      xftalpha 0.9
      update_interval 3.0
      total_run_times 0
      cpu_avg_samples 4
      no_buffers no
      double_buffer yes
      override_utf8_locale no

      #overall position of conky window
      alignment top_right
      gap_x 12
      gap_y 35
      minimum_size 180 5
      maximum_width 180

      #overall appearance of conky window
      own_window yes
      own_window_type normal
      own_window_transparent yes
      own_window_hints undecorated,below,sticky,skip_taskbar,skip_pager
      draw_borders no

      #default text apperance
      font Ubuntu:bold:size=11
      default_color khaki1
      draw_shades yes
      draw_outline yes
      default_shade_color white
      default_outline_color black
      uppercase no

      #border around graphs
      draw_graph_borders yes

      #color I assigned to graphical output features (bars/graphs)
      color2 grey

      #colors I assigned to items in top processes display
      color3 orangered
      color4 orange
      color5 yellow
      color6 olivedrab1

      ############################################################################################
      #                                                                                          #
      #  The code below ‘TEXT’ will control what is displayed by conky:                          #
      #   -> In the interest of clarity, the system outputs are divided into four related groups #
      #      (i.e. all code related to the CPU is in one grouping of adjacent lines while code   #
      #      related to RAM is in another grouping of adjacent lines).  Each group is hereafter  #
      #      refered to as a ‘TEXT code block’.                                                  #
      #   -> To best fit your screen, adjust the overall vertical length of the display by       #
      #      adding or deleting empty lines either before or after the TEXT code blocks below.   #
      #                                                                                          #
      ############################################################################################
      TEXT

      # TEXT code block 1: START
      ############################################################################################
      #                                                                                          #
      #  The first TEXT code block displays CPU information                                      #
      #   -> Temperature displayed is the PCI Adapter temp1 output on same line as ‘high’ output #
      #   -> Requires the installation of lm-sensors to work:  sudo apt-get lm-sensors           #
      #   -> After installation run:  sensors-detect      (answer yes to all)                    #
      #   -> Run ‘sensors’ in terminal to determine which line needs grep & which columns        #
      #      needs to be cut.                                                                    #
      #   -> Replace:  ${cpubar cpu1 10} with ${cpugraph cpu1 FFFF00 FF0000} to change to graph  #
      #      output of CPU1 usage.                                                               #
      #   -> ‘FFFF00′ and ‘FF0000′ are HEX color codes and can be replaced with whatever colors  #
      #      you like.  Goto www.graphviz.org/doc/info/colors.html for color information (hold   #
      #      mouse over color to see HEX code for that color).                                   #
      #   -> Add outputs for more cores by adding the following lines below the ‘cpu2′ lines:    #
      #           Core ‘#’: ${alignr}${cpu cpu’#’}%                                              #
      #           ${color2}${cpubar cpu’#’ 10}${color}                                           #
      #      (repeat for each additional core up to the total number of cores in the system)     #
      #      (replace each ‘#’ with the number of the core (i.e. 3 or 4))                        #
      #   -> If you have a single core simply delete the 2 lines containing ‘cpu2′               #
      #                                                                                          #
      ############################################################################################
      CPU Temp: $alignr${exec sensors | grep ‘high’ | cut -c16-19}C${color}
      CPU Speed: ${alignr}${freq}MHz
      Core 1: ${alignr}${cpu cpu1}%
      ${color2}${cpubar cpu1 10}${color}
      Core 2: ${alignr}${cpu cpu2}%
      ${color2}${cpubar cpu2 10}${color}
      ${font Ubuntu:size=10}${color3}${top name 1}$alignr${top cpu 1}
      ${color4}${top name 2}$alignr${top cpu 2}
      ${color5}${top name 3}$alignr${top cpu 3}
      ${color6}${top name 4}$alignr${top cpu 4}${font}${color}
      # TEXT code block 1: END
      # TEXT code block 2: START
      ############################################################################################
      #                                                                                          #
      #  Second TEXT code block displays RAM information:                                        #
      #   -> Replace ${membar 10} with ${memgraph FFFF00 FF0000} to change to graph output of    #
      #      RAM usage. (I did not find this very useful as RAM usage is usually fairly steady   #
      #      on my sytem.)                                                                       #
      #                                                                                          #
      ############################################################################################
      RAM Total: ${alignr}$memmax
      Active: ${alignr}$mem ($memperc%)
      ${color2}${membar 10}${color}
      ${font Ubuntu:size=10}${color3}${top_mem name 1}$alignr${top_mem mem 1}
      ${color4}${top_mem name 2}$alignr${top_mem mem 2}
      ${color5}${top_mem name 3}$alignr${top_mem mem 3}
      ${color6}${top_mem name 4}$alignr${top_mem mem 4}${font}${color}
      # TEXT code block 2: END
      # TEXT code block 3: START
      ############################################################################################
      #                                                                                          #
      #  Third TEXT code block displays Filesystem information:                                  #
      #   -> The USB information is specific to the USB drive I most commonly use on my computer #
      #      (USB20FD).  Make sure to replace ‘USB20FD’ with the name of the USB drive used.     #
      #                                                                                          #
      ############################################################################################
      Root: ${alignr}${fs_used /} / ${fs_size /}
      ${color2}${fs_bar 10 /}${color}
      Home: ${alignr}${fs_used /home} / ${fs_size /home}
      ${color2}${fs_bar 10 /home}${color}
      ${if_existing  /}ROOT: ${alignr}${fs_used /} / ${fs_size /}
      ${color2}${fs_bar 10 /}${color} ${else}
      ${endif}
      # TEXT code block 3: END

      # TEXT code block 4: START
      ############################################################################################
      #                                                                                          #
      #  Fourth TEXT code block displays Network information:                                    #
      #   -> A graphical output of download information can be displayed by adding the following #
      #      line of code between the line starting with ‘Down’ and the line begining with       #
      #      ‘Up’:                                                                               #
      #      ${color2}${downspeedgraph eth0 FFFF00 FF0000}${color}                              #
      #   -> A graphical output of upload information can be displayed by adding the following   #
      #      line of code between after the line begining with ‘Up’:                             #
      #      ${color2}${upspeedgraph eth0 FFFF00 FF0000}${color}                                #
      #   -> ‘FFFF00′ and ‘FF0000′ are HEX color codes and can be replaced with whatever colors  #
      #      you like.  Goto www.graphviz.org/doc/info/colors.html for color information (hold   #
      #      mouse over color to see HEX code for that color).                                   #
      #                                                                                          #
      ############################################################################################
      IP Address: ${alignr}${addr eth0}
      Down: ${downspeed eth0}/s ${alignr}${totaldown eth0}
      Up: ${upspeed eth0}/s ${alignr}${totalup eth0}
      # TEXT code block 4: END

width="625"

((ºº)) De Olho ((ºº))

  • Página do Ambiente de Trabalho
  • Autor: Roger Braga
  • Sistema Operativo: Ubuntu 12.04.1 LTS
  • Tema: Selene
  • Ambiente Gráfico: Unity 2D
  • Ícones: Fekete
  • Wallpaper: http://i.imgur.com/h3WyR.png
  • Outros:
    • AWN;
    • Covergloobus: Medusa;
    • Conky;
      Código: Selecionar todos
      use_xft yes
      xftfont 123:size=8
      xftalpha 0.1
      update_interval 1
      total_run_times 0
      own_window no
      own_window_type override
      own_window_transparent yes
      own_window_hints undecorated,below,sticky,skip_pager,skip_taskbar
      double_buffer yes
      minimum_size 350 5
      maximum_width 1620
      draw_shades no
      draw_outline no
      draw_borders no
      draw_graph_borders no
      default_color e1991c
      default_shade_color dddddd
      default_outline_color green
      alignment top_left
      gap_x 40
      gap_y 450
      no_buffers yes
      uppercase no
      cpu_avg_samples 2
      net_avg_samples 1
      override_utf8_locale yes
      net_avg_samples 2

      TEXT
      ${voffset -395}${offset 55}${font Sans:pixelsize=20}${if_up eth0}${color 000000}eth${offset 9} ${color e1991c} ${addr eth0} ${endif} ${offset 20} ${if_up wlan0} ${color 000000}wifi ${offset 9} ${color e1991c} ${addr wlan0}${endif}${offset 20}${color 000000}default route ${offset 9}${color e1991c}${gw_ip}${offset 20}${color 000000}dns-server${offset 9}${color e1991c}${nameserver}${offset 20}${color 000000}▼${offset 9}${color e1991c}${downspeed eth0} k/s${offset 20} ${color 000000}▲${offset 9} ${color e1991c}${upspeed eth0} k/s${offset 20}${color 000000}▼${offset 9} ${color e1991c}${totaldown eth0}${offset 20}${color 000000}▲${offset 9} ${color e1991c}${totalup eth0}${offset 20}
      ${voffset 5}${offset 55}${font Sans:pixelsize=20}${color 000000}kernel${offset 20}${color e1991c}$kernel${color 000000}${offset 20}uptime ${offset 9}${color e1991c}$uptime${offset 20}${color 000000}temp ${offset 9}${color e1991c}${acpitemp}C${offset 20}${color 000000}root ${offset 9}${color e1991c}${fs_free /} / ${fs_size /}${color 000000}${offset 20}home${offset 9}${color e1991c}${fs_free /home} / ${fs_size /home}${offset 20}${color 000000}ram ${offset 9}${color e1991c}$mem / $memmax${offset 20}${color 000000}cpu${offset 9}${color e1991c}${cpu cpu1}%
      ${voffset 750}${color 000000}${font Ubuntu:pixelsize=95}${offset -10}${time %H:}${color e1991c}${time %M}
      ${voffset -100}${color 000000}${font Ubuntu:pixelsize=25}${offset -28}_____________________________________________________________________________
      ${voffset 10}${offset 152}${color 000000}${font Ubuntu:pixelsize=16} ${time %Y}${offset 25}${time %A}${offset 25}${time  %B}${offset 5}${color e1991c}${time %d}${offset -380}$nodename
      ${color 000000}${font Ubuntu:pixelsize=22}${voffset -34} 

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Kde – Fedora 17

  • Página do Ambiente de Trabalho
  • Autor: Luis Cardoso
  • Sistema Operativo: Fedora 17 (Beefy Miracle)
  • Tema: Oxygen
  • Ambiente Gráfico: KDE
  • Ícones: KFaenza
  • Wallpaper: Acompanha o Fedora 17 (versão Gnome)
  • Outros:
    • Ambiente de trabalho: Androbit.

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Ubuntued Blue Adwaita

  • Página do Ambiente de Trabalho
  • Autor: Claudio Novais
  • Sistema Operativo: Ubuntu 12.04.1 LTS
  • Tema: Adwaita-X-Light
  • Ambiente Gráfico: Gnome-Shell
  • Ícones: Faiencemac
  • Wallpaper: http://i.imgur.com/sqXMB.jpg
  • Extensões Gnome-Shell:
  • Conky-Mira:
    • .conkyrc_clock
      Código: Selecionar todos
      # Use Xft?
      use_xft yes
      xftfont cure:size=6
      # Update interval in seconds
      update_interval 1

      # This is the number of times Conky will update before quitting.
      # Set to zero to run forever.
      total_run_times 0

      # Create own window instead of using desktop (required in nautilus)
      own_window  yes
      own_window_transparent no
      own_window_type widget
      own_window_hints undecorate,sticky,skip_taskbar,skip_pager

      # Use double buffering (reduces flicker, may not work for everyone)
      double_buffer yes

      # Minimum size of text area
      minimum_size 280 5

      maximum_width 87

      # Draw shades?
      draw_shades no

      # Draw outlines?
      draw_outline no

      # Draw borders around text
      draw_borders yes

      # Stippled borders?
      stippled_borders 0

      # border margins
      border_outer_margin 5

      # border width
      border_width 1

      # Default colors and also border colors
      default_color 303030
      #default_shade_color white
      #default_outline_color black
      own_window_colour 020201

      # Text alignment, other possible values are commented
      #alignment top_left
      alignment top_right
      #alignment bottom_left
      #alignment bottom_right

      # Gap between borders of screen and text
      # same thing as passing -x at command line
      gap_x 20
      gap_y 45

      # Subtract file system buffers from used memory?
      no_buffers yes

      # set to yes if you want all text to be in uppercase
      uppercase no

      # number of cpu samples to average
      # set to 1 to disable averaging
      cpu_avg_samples 2

      # number of net samples to average
      # set to 1 to disable averaging
      net_avg_samples 2

      # Force UTF8? note that UTF8 support required XFT
      override_utf8_locale yes

      # Add spaces to keep things from moving about?  This only affects certain objects.
      use_spacer yes

      TEXT
      ${color a4a4a4}${alignc 28}${font DotMatrix:size=16}${time %k:%M}
      ${font}${color 668ABF}${alignc}${voffset -10}${time %A}

      ${color 9AB7DC}Data:${color a4a4a4}${alignr}${time %D}

    • .conkyrc_disk
      Código: Selecionar todos
      # Use Xft?
      use_xft yes
      xftfont cure:size=6
      # Update interval in seconds
      update_interval 1

      # This is the number of times Conky will update before quitting.
      # Set to zero to run forever.
      total_run_times 0

      # Create own window instead of using desktop (required in nautilus)
      own_window  yes
      own_window_transparent no
      own_window_type widget
      own_window_hints undecorate,sticky,skip_taskbar,skip_pager

      # Use double buffering (reduces flicker, may not work for everyone)
      double_buffer yes

      # Minimum size of text area
      minimum_size 280 5

      maximum_width 87

      # Draw shades?
      draw_shades no

      # Draw outlines?
      draw_outline no

      # Draw borders around text
      draw_borders yes

      # Stippled borders?
      stippled_borders 0

      # border margins
      border_outer_margin 5

      # border width
      border_width 1

      # Default colors and also border colors
      default_color 303030
      #default_shade_color white
      #default_outline_color black
      own_window_colour 020201

      # Text alignment, other possible values are commented
      #alignment top_left
      alignment top_right
      #alignment bottom_left
      #alignment bottom_right

      # Gap between borders of screen and text
      # same thing as passing -x at command line
      gap_x 20
      gap_y 482

      # Subtract file system buffers from used memory?
      no_buffers yes

      # set to yes if you want all text to be in uppercase
      uppercase no

      # number of cpu samples to average
      # set to 1 to disable averaging
      cpu_avg_samples 2

      # number of net samples to average
      # set to 1 to disable averaging
      net_avg_samples 2

      # Force UTF8? note that UTF8 support required XFT
      override_utf8_locale yes

      # Add spaces to keep things from moving about?  This only affects certain objects.
      use_spacer yes

      TEXT
      ${color 9AB7DC}Disk IO:${color a4a4a4} ${alignr 4}$diskio
      ${color 668ABF}${diskiograph 20,85 668ABF 9AB7DC}
      ${color 9AB7DC}Raiz:     ${color a4a4a4}${fs_free /}
      ${color 668ABF}${fs_bar 3,85 /}
      ${color 9AB7DC}Home:      ${color a4a4a4}${fs_free /home}
      ${color 668ABF}${fs_bar 3,85 /home}

    • .conkyrc_net
      Código: Selecionar todos
      # Use Xft?
      use_xft yes
      xftfont cure:size=6
      # Update interval in seconds
      update_interval 1

      # This is the number of times Conky will update before quitting.
      # Set to zero to run forever.
      total_run_times 0

      # Create own window instead of using desktop (required in nautilus)
      own_window  yes
      own_window_transparent no
      own_window_type widget
      own_window_hints undecorate,sticky,skip_taskbar,skip_pager

      # Use double buffering (reduces flicker, may not work for everyone)
      double_buffer yes

      # Minimum size of text area
      minimum_size 280 5

      maximum_width 87

      # Draw shades?
      draw_shades no

      # Draw outlines?
      draw_outline no

      # Draw borders around text
      draw_borders yes

      # Stippled borders?
      stippled_borders 0

      # border margins
      border_outer_margin 5

      # border width
      border_width 1

      # Default colors and also border colors
      default_color 303030
      #default_shade_color white
      #default_outline_color black
      own_window_colour 020201

      # Text alignment, other possible values are commented
      #alignment top_left
      alignment top_right
      #alignment bottom_left
      #alignment bottom_right

      # Gap between borders of screen and text
      # same thing as passing -x at command line
      gap_x 20
      gap_y 355

      # Subtract file system buffers from used memory?
      no_buffers yes

      # set to yes if you want all text to be in uppercase
      uppercase no

      # number of cpu samples to average
      # set to 1 to disable averaging
      cpu_avg_samples 2

      # number of net samples to average
      # set to 1 to disable averaging
      net_avg_samples 2

      # Force UTF8? note that UTF8 support required XFT
      override_utf8_locale yes

      # Add spaces to keep things from moving about?  This only affects certain objects.
      use_spacer yes

      TEXT
      ${color 9AB7DC}Up:${color a4a4a4}${alignr}${upspeed wlan0}KB/s
      ${color 668ABF}${upspeedgraph wlan0 20,85 668ABF 9AB7DC}
      ${color 9AB7DC}Total: ${color a4a4a4}${totalup wlan0}

      ${color 9AB7DC}Down:${color a4a4a4}${alignr}${downspeed wlan0}KB/s
      ${color 668ABF}${downspeedgraph wlan0 20,85 668ABF 9AB7DC}
      ${color 9AB7DC}Total: ${color a4a4a4}${totaldown wlan0}

    • .conkyrc_sys
      Código: Selecionar todos
      # Use Xft?
      use_xft yes
      xftfont cure:size=6
      # Update interval in seconds
      update_interval 1

      # This is the number of times Conky will update before quitting.
      # Set to zero to run forever.
      total_run_times 0

      # Create own window instead of using desktop (required in nautilus)
      own_window  yes
      own_window_transparent no
      own_window_type widget
      own_window_hints undecorate,sticky,skip_taskbar,skip_pager

      # Use double buffering (reduces flicker, may not work for everyone)
      double_buffer yes

      # Minimum size of text area
      minimum_size 280 5

      maximum_width 87

      # Draw shades?
      draw_shades no

      # Draw outlines?
      draw_outline no

      # Draw borders around text
      draw_borders yes

      # Stippled borders?
      stippled_borders 0

      # border margins
      border_outer_margin 5

      # border width
      border_width 1

      # Default colors and also border colors
      default_color 303030
      #default_shade_color white
      #default_outline_color black
      own_window_colour 020201

      # Text alignment, other possible values are commented
      #alignment top_left
      alignment top_right
      #alignment bottom_left
      #alignment bottom_right

      # Gap between borders of screen and text
      # same thing as passing -x at command line
      gap_x 20
      gap_y 120

      # Subtract file system buffers from used memory?
      no_buffers yes

      # set to yes if you want all text to be in uppercase
      uppercase no

      # number of cpu samples to average
      # set to 1 to disable averaging
      cpu_avg_samples 2

      # number of net samples to average
      # set to 1 to disable averaging
      net_avg_samples 2

      # Force UTF8? note that UTF8 support required XFT
      override_utf8_locale yes

      # Add spaces to keep things from moving about?  This only affects certain objects.
      use_spacer yes

      TEXT
      ${color 9AB7DC}Kernel:${color a4a4a4}${alignr}$kernel
      ${color 9AB7DC}UpTime:${color a4a4a4}${alignr}$uptime

      ${color 9AB7DC}Cpu1:${color a4a4a4}${alignr}${cpu cpu1}% ${color 668ABF}${execi 20 sensors acpitz-virtual-0 |grep temp1 |awk ‘{print $2}’}
      ${color 668ABF}${cpugraph cpu1 20,85 668ABF 9AB7DC}
      ${color 9AB7DC}Cpu2:${color a4a4a4}${alignr}${cpu cpu2}% ${color 668ABF}${execi 20 sensors acpitz-virtual-0 |grep temp1 |awk ‘{print $2}’}
      ${color 668ABF}${cpugraph cpu2 20,85 668ABF 9AB7DC}
      ${color 9AB7DC}Cpu3:${color a4a4a4}${alignr}${cpu cpu3}% ${color 668ABF}${execi 20 sensors acpitz-virtual-0 |grep temp1 |awk ‘{print $2}’}
      ${color 668ABF}${cpugraph cpu3 20,85 668ABF 9AB7DC}
      ${color 9AB7DC}Cpu4:${color a4a4a4}${alignr}${cpu cpu4}% ${color 668ABF}${execi 20 sensors acpitz-virtual-0 |grep temp1 |awk ‘{print $2}’}
      ${color 668ABF}${cpugraph cpu4 20,85 668ABF 9AB7DC}

      ${color 9AB7DC}Ram:${color a4a4a4}${alignr}$mem
      ${color 668ABF}${membar 3,85}

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Jf

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Mais Um Deskmod

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Floresta

  • Página do Ambiente de Trabalho
  • Autor: Ron Alon
  • Sistema Operativo: Ubuntu 12.04.1 LTS
  • Tema: Adwaita
  • Ambiente Gráfico: Gnome-Shell
  • Ícones: Faenza-Dark
  • Wallpaper: http://i.imgur.com/jl67R.jpg
  • Outros:
    • Tema do GNOME-Shell: Elementary Luna;
    • Extensão do GNOME-Shell: Dock;
    • Extensão do GNOME-Shell: Remove Accessibility;
    • Extensão do GNOME-Shell: Remove Panel App Menu;
    • Ficheiro “.conkyrc” (baseado neste conky):
      Código: Selecionar todos
      ######################
      # - Conky settings - #
      ######################
      update_interval 1
      total_run_times 0
      net_avg_samples 1
      cpu_avg_samples 1
      imlib_cache_size 0
      double_buffer yes
      no_buffers yes

      #####################
      # – Text settings – #
      #####################
      use_xft yes
      xftfont Dinreg:size=180
      override_utf8_locale yes
      text_buffer_size 2048
      xftalpha 0.9

      #############################
      # – Window specifications – #
      #############################
      own_window_class Conky
      own_window yes
      own_window_type conky
      own_window_transparent yes
      own_window_hints undecorated,below,sticky,skip_taskbar,skip_pager
      #own_window_argb_visual yes
      #own_window_argb_value 100

      alignment tl
      gap_x 200
      gap_y 200
      minimum_size 290 280

      default_bar_size 60 8

      #########################
      # – Graphics settings – #
      #########################
      draw_shades no

      default_color BDB5A1
      default_shade_color 1d1d1d
      color0 ffffff
      color1 ffffff
      color2 B9C065
      color3 DCF0BA

      #lua_load ~/.conky/conkybg.lua
      #lua_draw_hook_pre conky_draw_bg

      TEXT
      ${voffset -220}${font Dinreg:size=13}${color2}${if_match ${time %H}<12}AM${else}${if_match ${time %H}>12}PM${endif}${endif} ${color}${font}
      ${voffset -350}${time %I}
      ${color2}${voffset -170}${time %M}${color}
      ${voffset -240}${font Dinreg:size=13}${color3}${time %A, %d de %B}

       

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Apreciando A Paisagem!

  • Página do Ambiente de Trabalho
  • Autor: Luis Cardoso
  • Sistema Operativo: Ubuntu 11.10 (Oneiric Ocelot)
  • Tema: Zukitwo
  • Ambiente Gráfico: Plank¹
  • Ícones: Faenza
  • Wallpaper: 362416
  • Outros:
    • Plank: Dock localizada em baixo;
    • Gnome Pie: Lançador de aplicações;
    • Cairo Composite Manager: Composição gráfica;
    • Ficheiro: .conkyrc
      Código: Selecionar todos
      ######################
      # - Conky settings - #
      ######################
      update_interval 1
      total_run_times 0
      net_avg_samples 1
      cpu_avg_samples 1
      imlib_cache_size 0
      double_buffer yes
      no_buffers yes

      #####################
      # – Text settings – #
      #####################
      use_xft yes
      xftfont Ubuntu Mono:size=12
      override_utf8_locale yes
      text_buffer_size 2048

      #############################
      # – Window specifications – #
      #############################
      own_window_class Conky
      own_window yes
      own_window_type normal #override
      own_window_transparent yes
      own_window_hints undecorated,below,sticky,skip_taskbar,skip_pager
      own_window_argb_visual yes
      own_window_argb_value 100

      alignment tm
      gap_x 0
      gap_y 20
      minimum_size 1400 5

      #draw_borders yes
      #border_width 1
      #default_bar_size 60 8

      #########################
      # – Graphics settings – #
      #########################
      draw_shades yes
      draw_graph_borders yes

      default_color ffffff
      default_shade_color 1d1d1d
      color0 ffffff
      color1 ffffff
      color2 ffffff

      TEXT
      ${alignc}CPU $freq ${voffset -10}${cpugraph cpu1 22,40 3c3c3c c3c3c3 -t}${cpugraph cpu2 22,40 3c3c3c c3c3c3 -t}${cpugraph cpu3 22,40 3c3c3c c3c3c3 -t}${cpugraph cpu4 22,40 3c3c3c c3c3c3 -t}${voffset -12} – Temp[ºC]  ${execi 8 sensors | grep ‘Core 0:’ | cut -c16-19 | sed ‘/^$/d’}/${execi 8 sensors | grep ‘Core 2:’ | cut -c16-19 | sed ‘/^$/d’}/${nvidia temp} – RAM $mem/$memmax ($memperc%) – Internet ${upspeed eth0}/${totalup eth0} * ${downspeed eth0}/${totaldown eth0}
      ${font Ubuntu Mono:size=80}$alignc${time %H:%M}$font
      $alignc${time %a, %e %b}

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Voo

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Kde – Four Hits

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7 Respostas ate agora.

  1. Jonas diz:

    Não pude deixar de notar que em vários temas a barra do Unity está no rodapé da página. Como fazer isso no 12.04? Obrigado desde já.

    • Arthur Soave diz:

      Existe um plugin não oficial que faz isso, porém não consegui instala-lo. Então fiz a instalação de um software chamado Docky, que cumpre a função de forma excelente e é personalizavel a seu gosto. Só digitar "Docky" na central de programas e fazer a instalação.

  2. clockworklinux diz:

    Muito bonitos. Tenho usado o cairo dock.

  3. Ron Alon diz:

    Tão feliz que consegui ficar no meio desta vez! :D

    Os ambientes dos leitores estão começando a ficar cada vez mais leves e interessantes! ;)

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