Orore Clock rings is a theme for Conky Manager 1.1
You can enable or disable the modules change its position, size, transparency, any overall appearance, all with a few clicks from the theme manager.
Of course that you can change everything from the source code; from the colors to the information you want to display on your desktop.
Depends on: Conky 1.9.0, Conky Manager 1.1, Lm-sensors; optional NVIDIA settings utility required by nvidia module.
Running in: Ubuntu 12.04 Gnome 3.4.2 Shell and Unity
1) Unzip the file orore_cf.zip
2) Copy or Move the folder [orore] in the subdirectory /home/your_user_name/conky-manager/themes/
(short way: ~/conky-manager/themes/)
3) Start the Conky manager and enabled Orore theme.
Also included the wallpaper “The Neon Lion” if you want to use.
See the readme.txt file for reread the installation instructions.
What is Conky Manager?
Conky Manager is a GUI that allows you to easily manage Conky configurations. The latest version - 1.1 -, lets you choose from 7 such configurations / themes.
Using this tool, you can easily enable or disable Conky themes as well as enable or disable modules for each config. For instance,
if you use the Orore configuration, you can enable or disable the following modules: clock ring, cpu 4 cores, disk, mem, net, nvidia, or procs usage.
In the Edit tab, you can configure each widget: set its location (alignment, horizontal and vertical gap), transparency and size (minimum width and height, height padding).
To install Conky Manager in Ubuntu (and derivates), use the following commands:
sudo apt-add-repository -y ppa:teejee2008/ppa
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install conky-manager
For other Linux distributions you can get the code via Launchpad.