Conky Objects
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VariableArguments () = optionalExplanation
acpiacadapter(adapter)ACPI ac adapter state. On linux, the adapter option specifies the subfolder of /sys/class/power_supply containing the state information (tries “AC” and “ADP1” if there is no argument given). Non-linux systems ignore it.
acpifanACPI fan state
acpitempACPI temperature in C.
addr(interface)IP address for an interface, or “No Address” if no address is assigned.
addrs(interface)IP addresses for an interface (if one – works like addr). Linux only.
adt746xcpuCPU temperature from therm_adt746x
adt746xfanFan speed from therm_adt746x
alignc(num)Align text to centre
alignr(num)Right-justify text, with space of N
apcupsdhostSets up the connection to apcupsd daemon. Prints nothing, defaults to localhost:3551
apcupsd_cablePrints the UPS connection type.
apcupsd_chargeCurrent battery capacity in percent.
apcupsd_lastxferReason for last transfer from line to battery.
apcupsd_linevNominal input voltage.
apcupsd_loadCurrent load in percent.
apcupsd_loadbarBar showing current load.
apcupsd_loadgauge(height),(width)Gauge that shows current load.
apcupsd_loadgraph(height),(width) (gradient colour 1) (gradient colour 2) (scale) (-t) (-l)History graph of current load.
apcupsd_modelPrints the model of the UPS.
apcupsd_namePrints the UPS user-defined name.
apcupsd_statusPrints current status (on-line, on-battery).
apcupsd_tempCurrent internal temperature.
apcupsd_timeleftTime left to run on battery.
apcupsd_upsmodePrints the UPS mode (e.g. standalone).
apm_adapterDisplay APM AC adapter status (FreeBSD only)
apm_battery_lifeDisplay APM battery life in percent (FreeBSD only)
apm_battery_timeDisplay remaining APM battery life in hh:mm:ss or “unknown” if AC adapterstatus is on-line or charging (FreeBSD only)
audacious_bar(height),(width)Progress bar
audacious_bitrateBitrate of current tune
audacious_channelsNumber of audio channels of current tune
audacious_filenameFull path and filename of current tune
audacious_frequencySampling frequency of current tune
audacious_lengthTotal length of current tune as MM:SS
audacious_length_secondsTotal length of current tune in seconds
audacious_main_volumeThe current volume fetched from Audacious
audacious_playlist_lengthNumber of tunes in playlist
audacious_playlist_positionPlaylist position of current tune
audacious_positionPosition of current tune (MM:SS)
audacious_position_secondsPosition of current tune in seconds
audacious_statusPlayer status (Playing/Paused/Stopped/Not running)
audacious_title(max length)Title of current tune with optional maximum length specifier
battery(num)Battery status and remaining percentage capacity of ACPI or APM battery. ACPI battery number can be given as argument (default is BAT0).
battery_bar(height),(width) (num)Battery percentage remaining of ACPI battery in a bar. ACPI battery number can be given as argument (default is BAT0).
battery_percent(num)Battery percentage remaining for ACPI battery. ACPI battery number can be given as argument (default is BAT0).
battery_short(num)Battery status and remaining percentage capacity of ACPI or APM battery. ACPI battery number can be given as argument (default is BAT0). This mode display a short status, which means that C is displayed instead of charging, D for discharging, F for full, N for not present, E for empty and U for unknown.
battery_time(num)Battery charge/discharge time remaining of ACPI battery. ACPI battery number can be given as argument (default is BAT0).
blinktext_and_other_conky_varsLet ‘text_and_other_conky_vars’ blink on and off.
bmpx_albumAlbum in current BMPx track
bmpx_artistArtist in current BMPx track
bmpx_bitrateBitrate of the current BMPx track
bmpx_titleTitle of the current BMPx track
bmpx_trackTrack number of the current BMPx track
bmpx_uriURI of the current BMPx track
buffersAmount of memory buffered
cachedAmount of memory cached
cmdline_to_pidstringPID of the first process that has string in it’s commandline
color(color)Change drawing color to ‘color’ which is a name of a color or a hexcode preceded with # (for example #0A1B2C ). If you use ncurses only the following colors are supported: red,green,yellow,blue,magenta,cyan,black,white.
colorNChange drawing color to colorN configuration option, where N is a digit between 0 and 9, inclusively.
combinevar1 var2Places the lines of var2 to the right of the lines of var1 separated by the chars that are put between var1 and var2. For example: ${combine ${head /proc/cpuinfo 2} – ${head /proc/meminfo 1}} gives as output “cpuinfo_line1 – meminfo_line1” on line 1 and “cpuinfo_line2 -” on line 2. $combine vars can also be nested to place more vars next to each other.
conky_build_archCPU architecture Conky was built for
conky_build_dateDate Conky was built
conky_versionConky version
cpu(cpuN)CPU usage in percents. For SMP machines, the CPU number can be provided as an argument. ${cpu cpu0} is the total usage, and ${cpu cpuX} (X >= 1) are individual CPUs.
cpubar(cpuN) (height),(width)Bar that shows CPU usage, height is bar’s height in pixels. See $cpu for more info on SMP.
cpugauge(cpuN) (height),(width)Elliptical gauge that shows CPU usage, height and width are gauge’s vertical and horizontal axis respectively. See $cpu for more info on SMP.
cpugraph(cpuN) (height),(width) (gradient colour 1) (gradient colour 2) (scale) (-t) (-l)CPU usage graph, with optional colours in hex, minus the #. See $cpu for more info on SMP. Uses a logarithmic scale (to see small numbers) when you use the -l switch. Takes the switch ‘-t’ to use a temperature gradient, which makes the gradient values change depending on the amplitude of a particular graph value (try it and see).
curlurl (interval_in_minutes)Download data from URI using Curl at the specified interval. The interval may be a floating point value greater than 0, otherwise defaults to 15 minutes. Most useful when used in conjunction with Lua and the Lua API. This object is threaded, and once a thread is created it can’t be explicitly destroyed. One thread will run for each URI specified. You can use any protocol that Curl supports.
desktopNumber of the desktop on which conky is running or the message “Not running in X” if this is the case.
desktop_nameName of the desktop on which conky is running or the message “Not running in X” if this is the case.
desktop_numberNumber of desktops or the message “Not running in X” if this is the case.
disk_protectdeviceDisk protection status, if supported (needs kernel-patch). Prints either “frozen” or “free ” (note the padding).
diskio(device)Displays current disk IO. Device is optional, and takes the form of sda for /dev/sda. Individual partitions are allowed.
diskio_read(device)Displays current disk IO for reads. Device as in diskio.
diskio_write(device)Displays current disk IO for writes. Device as in diskio.
diskiograph(device) (height),(width) (gradient colour 1) (gradient colour 2) (scale) (-t) (-l)Disk IO graph, colours defined in hex, minus the #. If scale is non-zero, it becomes the scale for the graph. Uses a logarithmic scale (to see small numbers) when you use -l switch. Takes the switch ‘-t’ to use a temperature gradient, which makes the gradient values change depending on the amplitude of a particular graph value (try it and see).
diskiograph_read(device) (height),(width) (gradient colour 1) (gradient colour 2) (scale) (-t) (-l)Disk IO graph for reads, colours defined in hex, minus the #. If scale is non-zero, it becomes the scale for the graph. Device as in diskio. Uses a logarithmic scale (to see small numbers) when you use -l switch. Takes the switch ‘-t’ to use a temperature gradient, which makes the gradient values change depending on the amplitude of a particular graph value (try it and see).
diskiograph_write(device) (height),(width) (gradient colour 1) (gradient colour 2) (scale) (-t) (-l)Disk IO graph for writes, colours defined in hex, minus the #. If scale is non-zero, it becomes the scale for the graph. Device as in diskio. Uses a logarithmic scale (to see small numbers) when you use -l switch. Takes the switch ‘-t’ to use a temperature gradient, which makes the gradient values change depending on the amplitude of a particular graph value (try it and see).
downspeed(net)Download speed in suitable IEC units
downspeedf(net)Download speed in KiB with one decimal
downspeedgraph(netdev) (height),(width) (gradient colour 1) (gradient colour 2) (scale) (-t) (-l)Download speed graph, colours defined in hex, minus the #. If scale is non-zero, it becomes the scale for the graph. Uses a logarithmic scale (to see small numbers) when you use -l switch. Takes the switch ‘-t’ to use a temperature gradient, which makes the gradient values change depending on the amplitude of a particular graph value (try it and see).
draft_mails(maildir)Number of mails marked as draft in the specified mailbox or mail spool if not. Only maildir type mailboxes are supported, mbox type will return -1.
elseText to show if any of the above are not true
endifEnds an $if block.
entropy_availCurrent entropy available for crypto freaks
entropy_bar(height),(width)Normalized bar of available entropy for crypto freaks
entropy_percPercentage of entropy available in comparison to the poolsize
entropy_poolsizeTotal size of system entropy pool for crypto freaks
evalstringEvaluates given string according to the rules of TEXT interpretation, i.e. parsing any contained text object specifications into their output, any occuring ‘$$’ into a single ‘$’ and so on. The output is then being parsed again.
eveapi_userid api_key character_idFetches your currently training skill from the Eve Online API servers (http://www.eve-online.com/) and displays the skill along with the remaining training time.
execcommandExecutes a shell command and displays the output in conky. warning: this takes a lot more resources than other variables. I’d recommend coding wanted behaviour in C and posting a patch.
execbarcommandSame as exec, except if the first value return is a value between 0-100, it will use that number for a bar. The size for bars can be controlled via the default_bar_size config setting.
execgaugecommandSame as exec, except if the first value returned is a value between 0-100, it will use that number for a gauge. The size for gauges can be controlled via the default_gauge_size config setting.
execgraph(-t) (-l) commandSame as execbar, but graphs values. Uses a logaritmic scale when the log option (-l switch) is given (to see small numbers). Values still have to be between 0 and 100. The size for graphs can be controlled via the default_graph_size config setting. Takes the switch ‘-t’ to use a temperature gradient, which makes the gradient values change depending on the amplitude of a particular graph value (try it and see). If -t or -l is your first argument, you may need to preceed it by a space (‘ ‘).
execiinterval commandSame as exec but with specific interval. Interval can’t be less than update_interval in configuration. See also $texeci
execibarinterval commandSame as execbar, except with an interval
execigaugeinterval commandSame as execgauge, but takes an interval arg and gauges values.
execigraphinterval (-t) (-l) commandSame as execgraph, but takes an interval arg and graphs values. If -t or -l is your first argument, you may need to preceed it by a space (‘ ‘).
execpcommandExecutes a shell command and displays the output in conky. warning: this takes a lot more resources than other variables. I’d recommend coding wanted behaviour in C and posting a patch. This differs from $exec in that it parses the output of the command, so you can insert things like ${color red}hi!${color} in your script and have it correctly parsed by Conky. Caveats: Conky parses and evaluates the output of $execp every time Conky loops, and then destroys all the objects. If you try to use anything like $execi within an $execp statement, it will functionally run at the same interval that the $execp statement runs, as it is created and destroyed at every interval.
execpiinterval commandSame as execp but with specific interval. Interval can’t be less than update_interval in configuration. Note that the output from the $execpi command is still parsed and evaluated at every interval.
flagged_mails(maildir)Number of mails marked as flagged in the specified mailbox or mail spool if not. Only maildir type mailboxes are supported, mbox type will return -1.
font(font)Specify a different font. This new font will apply to the current line and everything following. You can use a $font with no arguments to change back to the default font (much like with $color)
format_timeseconds formatFormat time given in seconds. This var only works when the times_in_seconds configuration setting is on. Format is a string that should start and end with a “-char. The “-chars are not part of the output, \w,\d,\h,\m,\s,\(,\) and \\ are replaced by weeks,days,hours,minutes,seconds,(,) and \. If you leave out a unit, it’s value will be expressed in the highest unite lower then the one left out. Text between ()-chars will not be visible if a replaced unit in this text is 0. If seconds is a decimal number then you can see the numbers behind the point by using \S followed by a number that specifies the amount of digits behind the point that you want to see (maximum 9). You can also place a ‘x’ behind \S so you have all digits behind the point and no trailing zero’s. (also maximum 9)
forwarded_mails(maildir)Number of mails marked as forwarded in the specified mailbox or mail spool if not. Only maildir type mailboxes are supported, mbox type will return -1.
freq(n)Returns CPU #n’s frequency in MHz. CPUs are counted from 1. If omitted, the parameter defaults to 1.
freq_g(n)Returns CPU #n’s frequency in GHz. CPUs are counted from 1. If omitted, the parameter defaults to 1.
fs_bar(height),(width) fsBar that shows how much space is used on a file system. height is the height in pixels. fs is any file on that file system.
fs_bar_free(height),(width) fsBar that shows how much space is free on a file system. height is the height in pixels. fs is any file on that file system.
fs_free(fs)Free space on a file system available for users.
fs_free_perc(fs)Free percentage of space on a file system available for users.
fs_size(fs)File system size.
fs_type(fs)File system type.
fs_used(fs)File system used space.
fs_used_perc(fs)Percent of file system used space.
gotoxThe next element will be printed at position ‘x’.
gw_ifaceDisplays the default route’s interface or “multiple”/”none” accordingly.
gw_ipDisplays the default gateway’s IP or “multiple”/”none” accordingly.
hddtemp(dev)Displays temperature of a selected hard disk drive as reported by the hddtemp daemon. Use hddtemp_host and hddtemp_port to specify a host and port for all hddtemp objects. If no dev parameter is given, the first disk returned by the hddtemp daemon is used.
headlogfile lines (next_check)Displays first N lines of supplied text file. The file is checked every ‘next_check’ update. If next_check is not supplied, Conky defaults to 2. Max of 30 lines can be displayed, or until the text buffer is filled.
hr(height)Horizontal line, height is the height in pixels
hwmon(dev) type n (factor offset)Hwmon sensor from sysfs (Linux 2.6). Parameter dev may be omitted if you have only one hwmon device. Parameter type is either ‘in’ or ‘vol’ meaning voltage; ‘fan’ meaning fan; ‘temp’ meaning temperature. Parameter n is number of the sensor. See /sys/class/hwmon/ on your local computer. The optional arguments ‘factor’ and ‘offset’ allow precalculation of the raw input, which is being modified as follows: ‘input = input * factor + offset’. Note that they have to be given as decimal values (i.e. contain at least one decimal place).
i2c(dev) type n (factor offset)I2C sensor from sysfs (Linux 2.6). Parameter dev may be omitted if you have only one I2C device. Parameter type is either ‘in’ or ‘vol’ meaning voltage; ‘fan’ meaning fan; ‘temp’ meaning temperature. Parameter n is number of the sensor. See /sys/bus/i2c/devices/ on your local computer. The optional arguments ‘factor’ and ‘offset’ allow precalculation of the raw input, which is being modified as follows: ‘input = input * factor + offset’. Note that they have to be given as decimal values (i.e. contain at least one decimal place).
i8k_ac_statusIf running the i8k kernel driver for Inspiron laptops, displays whether ac power is on, as listed in /proc/i8k (translated to human-readable). Beware that this is by default not enabled by i8k itself.
i8k_biosIf running the i8k kernel driver for Inspiron laptops, displays the bios version as listed in /proc/i8k.
i8k_buttons_statusIf running the i8k kernel driver for Inspiron laptops, displays the volume buttons status as listed in /proc/i8k.
i8k_cpu_tempIf running the i8k kernel driver for Inspiron laptops, displays the cpu temperature in Celsius, as reported by /proc/i8k.
i8k_left_fan_rpmIf running the i8k kernel driver for Inspiron laptops, displays the left fan’s rate of rotation, in revolutions per minute as listed in /proc/i8k. Beware, some laptops i8k reports these fans in reverse order.
i8k_left_fan_statusIf running the i8k kernel driver for Inspiron laptops, displays the left fan status as listed in /proc/i8k (translated to human-readable). Beware, some laptops i8k reports these fans in reverse order.
i8k_right_fan_rpmIf running the i8k kernel driver for Inspiron laptops, displays the right fan’s rate of rotation, in revolutions per minute as listed in /proc/i8k. Beware, some laptops i8k reports these fans in reverse order.
i8k_right_fan_statusIf running the i8k kernel driver for Inspiron laptops, displays the right fan status as listed in /proc/i8k (translated to human-readable). Beware, some laptops i8k reports these fans in reverse order.
i8k_serialIf running the i8k kernel driver for Inspiron laptops, displays your laptop serial number as listed in /proc/i8k.
i8k_versionIf running the i8k kernel driver for Inspiron laptops, displays the version formatting of /proc/i8k.
ibm_brightnessIf running the IBM ACPI, displays the brigtness of the laptops’s LCD (0-7).
ibm_fanIf running the IBM ACPI, displays the fan speed.
ibm_tempsNIf running the IBM ACPI, displays the temperatures from the IBM temperature sensors (N=0..7) Sensor 0 is on the CPU, 3 is on the GPU.
ibm_volumeIf running the IBM ACPI, displays the “master” volume, controlled by the volume keys (0-14).
iconv_startcodeset_from codeset_toConvert text from one codeset to another using GNU iconv. Needs to be stopped with iconv_stop.
iconv_stopStop iconv codeset conversion.
if_empty(var)if conky variable VAR is empty, display everything between $if_empty and the matching $endif
if_existingfile (string)if FILE exists, display everything between if_existing and the matching $endif. The optional second parameter checks for FILE containing the specified string and prints everything between $if_existing and the matching $endif.
if_gwif there is at least one default gateway, display everything between $if_gw and the matching $endif
if_matchexpressionEvaluates the given boolean expression, printing everything between $if_match and the matching $endif depending on whether the evaluation returns true or not. Valid expressions consist of a left side, an operator and a right side. Left and right sides are being parsed for contained text objects before evaluation. Recognised left and right side types are:double – Argument consists of only digits and a single dot.long – Argument consists of only digits.string – Argument is enclosed in quotation marks (“)Valid operands are: ‘>’, ‘<‘, ‘>=’, ‘<=’, ‘==’, ‘!=’.
if_mixer_mute(mixer)If mixer exists, display everything between $if_mixer_mute and the matching $endif. If no mixer is specified, “Vol” is used.
if_mounted(mountpoint)if MOUNTPOINT is mounted, display everything between $if_mounted and the matching $endif
if_mpd_playingif mpd is playing or paused, display everything between $if_mpd_playing and the matching $endif
if_running(process)if PROCESS is running, display everything $if_running and the matching $endif. This uses the “pidof” command, so the -x switch is also supported.
if_smapi_bat_installed(INDEX)when using smapi, if the battery with index INDEX is installed, display everything between $if_smapi_bat_installed and the matching $endif
if_up(interface)if INTERFACE exists and is up, display everything between $if_up and the matching $endif
if_updatenr(updatenr)If it’s the UPDATENR-th time that conky updates, display everything between $if_updatenr and the matching $endif. The counter resets when the highest UPDATENR is reached. Example : “{$if_updatenr 1}foo$endif{$if_updatenr 2}bar$endif{$if_updatenr 4}$endif” shows foo 25% of the time followed by bar 25% of the time followed by nothing the other half of the time.
if_xmms2_connectedDisplay everything between $if_xmms2_connected and the matching $endif if xmms2 is running.
image<path to image> (-p x,y) (-s WxH) (-n) (-f interval)Renders an image from the path specified using Imlib2. Takes 4 optional arguments: a position, a size, a no-cache switch, and a cache flush interval. Changing the x,y position will move the position of the image, and changing the WxH will scale the image. If you specify the no-cache flag (-n), the image will not be cached. Alternately, you can specify the -f int switch to specify a cache flust interval for a particular image. Example: ${image /home/brenden/cheeseburger.jpg -p 20,20 -s 200×200} will render ‘cheeseburger.jpg’ at (20,20) scaled to 200×200 pixels. Conky does not make any attempt to adjust the position (or any other formatting) of images, they are just rendered as per the arguments passed. The only reason $image is part of the TEXT section, is to allow for runtime modifications, through $execp $lua_parse, or some other method.
imap_messages(args)Displays the number of messages in your global IMAP inbox by default. You can define individual IMAP inboxes separately by passing arguments to this object. Arguments are: “host user pass [-i interval (in seconds)] [-f ‘folder’] [-p port] [-e ‘command’] [-r retries]”. Default port is 143, default folder is ‘INBOX’, default interval is 5 minutes, and default number of retries before giving up is 5. If the password is supplied as ‘*’, you will be prompted to enter the password when Conky starts.
imap_unseen(args)Displays the number of unseen messages in your global IMAP inbox by default. You can define individual IMAP inboxes separately by passing arguments to this object. Arguments are: “host user pass [-i interval (in seconds)] [-f ‘folder’] [-p port] [-e ‘command’] [-r retries]”. Default port is 143, default folder is ‘INBOX’, default interval is 5 minutes, and default number of retries before giving up is 5. If the password is supplied as ‘*’, you will be prompted to enter the password when Conky starts.
includepathLoads the configfile at path, places the configsettings behind the configsettings in the orginal config and places the vars where the includevar stood.
ioschedulerdiskPrints the current ioscheduler used for the given disk name (i.e. e.g. “hda” or “sdb”)
kernelKernel version
laptop_modeThe value of /proc/sys/vm/laptop_mode
linestextfileDisplays the number of lines in the given file
loadavg(1|2|3)System load average, 1 is for past 1 minute, 2 for past 5 minutes and 3 for past 15 minutes. Without argument, prints all three values separated by whitespace.
loadgraph(height),(width) (gradient colour 1) (gradient colour 2) (scale) (-t) (-l)Load1 average graph, similar to xload, with optional colours in hex, minus the #. Uses a logarithmic scale (to see small numbers) when you use the -l switch. Takes the switch ‘-t’ to use a temperature gradient, which makes the gradient values change depending on the amplitude of a particular graph value (try it and see).
luafunction_name (function parameters)Executes a Lua function with given parameters, then prints the returned string. See also ‘lua_load’ on how to load scripts. Conky puts ‘conky_’ in front of function_name to prevent accidental calls to the wrong function unless you put you place ‘conky_’ in front of it yourself.
lua_bar(height, width) function_name (function parameters)Executes a Lua function with given parameters and draws a bar. Expects result value to be an integer between 0 and 100. See also ‘lua_load’ on how to load scripts. Conky puts ‘conky_’ in front of function_name to prevent accidental calls to the wrong function unless you put you place ‘conky_’ in front of it yourself.
lua_gauge(height, width) function_name (function parameters)Executes a Lua function with given parameters and draws a gauge. Expects result value to be an integer between 0 and 100. See also ‘lua_load’ on how to load scripts. Conky puts ‘conky_’ in front of function_name to prevent accidental calls to the wrong function unless you put you place ‘conky_’ in front of it yourself.
lua_graphfunction_name (height),(width) (gradient colour 1) (gradient colour 2) (scale) (-t) (-l)Executes a Lua function with and draws a graph. Expects result value to be any number, and by default will scale to show the full range. See also ‘lua_load’ on how to load scripts. Takes the switch ‘-t’ to use a temperature gradient, which makes the gradient values change depending on the amplitude of a particular graph value (try it and see). Conky puts ‘conky_’ in front of function_name to prevent accidental calls to the wrong function unless you put you place ‘conky_’ in front of it yourself.
lua_parsefunction_name (function parameters)Executes a Lua function with given parameters as per $lua, then parses and prints the result value as per the syntax for Conky’s TEXT section. See also ‘lua_load’ on how to load scripts. Conky puts ‘conky_’ in front of function_name to prevent accidental calls to the wrong function unless you put you place ‘conky_’ in front of it yourself.
machineMachine, i686 for example
mails(mailbox)Mail count in the specified mailbox or your mail spool if not. Both mbox and maildir type mailboxes are supported. You can use a program like fetchmail to get mails from some server using your favourite protocol. See also new_mails.
mboxscan(-n number of messages to print) (-fw from width) (-sw subject width) mboxPrint a summary of recent messages in an mbox format mailbox. mbox parameter is the filename of the mailbox (can be encapsulated using ‘”‘, ie. ${mboxscan -n 10 “/home/brenden/some box”}
memAmount of memory in use
membar(height),(width)Bar that shows amount of memory in use
memeasyfreeAmount of free memory including the memory that is very easily freed (buffers/cache)
memfreeAmount of free memory
memgauge(height),(width)Gauge that shows amount of memory in use (see cpugauge)
memgraph(height),(width) (gradient colour 1) (gradient colour 2) (scale) (-t) (-l)Memory usage graph. Uses a logarithmic scale (to see small numbers) when you use the -l switch. Takes the switch ‘-t’ to use a temperature gradient, which makes the gradient values change depending on the amplitude of a particular graph value (try it and see).
memmaxTotal amount of memory
mempercPercentage of memory in use
mixer(device)Prints the mixer value as reported by the OS. On Linux, this variable uses the OSS emulation, so you need the proper kernel module loaded. Default mixer is “Vol”, but you can specify one of the available OSS controls: “Vol”, “Bass”, “Trebl”, “Synth”, “Pcm”, “Spkr”, “Line”, “Mic”, “CD”, “Mix”, “Pcm2 “, “Rec”, “IGain”, “OGain”, “Line1”, “Line2”, “Line3”, “Digital1”, “Digital2”, “Digital3”, “PhoneIn”, “PhoneOut”, “Video”, “Radio” and “Monitor”.
mixerbar(device)Displays mixer value in a bar as reported by the OS. See docs for $mixer for details on arguments.
mixerl(device)Prints the left channel mixer value as reported by the OS. See docs for $mixer for details on arguments.
mixerlbar(device)Displays the left channel mixer value in a bar as reported by the OS. See docs for $mixer for details on arguments.
mixerr(device)Prints the right channel mixer value as reported by the OS. See docs for $mixer for details on arguments.
mixerrbar(device)Displays the right channel mixer value in a bar as reported by the OS. See docs for $mixer for details on arguments.
moc_albumAlbum of the current MOC song
moc_artistArtist of the current MOC song
moc_bitrateBitrate in the current MOC song
moc_curtimeCurrent time of the current MOC song
moc_fileFile name of the current MOC song
moc_rateRate of the current MOC song
moc_songThe current song name being played in MOC.
moc_stateCurrent state of MOC; playing, stopped etc.
moc_timeleftTime left in the current MOC song
moc_titleTitle of the current MOC song
moc_totaltimeTotal length of the current MOC song
monitorNumber of the monitor on which conky is running or the message “Not running in X” if this is the case.
monitor_numberNumber of monitors or the message “Not running in X” if this is the case.
mpd_albumAlbum in current MPD song
mpd_artistArtist in current MPD song must be enabled at compile
mpd_bar(height),(width)Bar of mpd’s progress
mpd_bitrateBitrate of current song
mpd_dateDate of current song
mpd_elapsedSong’s elapsed time
mpd_filePrints the file name of the current MPD song
mpd_lengthSong’s length
mpd_namePrints the MPD name field
mpd_percentPercent of song’s progress
mpd_randomRandom status (On/Off)
mpd_repeatRepeat status (On/Off)
mpd_smart(max length)Prints the song name in either the form “artist – title” or file name, depending on whats available
mpd_statusPlaying, stopped, et cetera.
mpd_title(max length)Title of current MPD song
mpd_trackPrints the MPD track field
mpd_volMPD’s volume
nameserver(index)Print a nameserver from /etc/resolv.conf. Index starts at and defaults to 0.
new_mails(mailbox)Unread mail count in the specified mailbox or mail spool if not. Both mbox and maildir type mailboxes are supported.
nodenameHostname
nodename_shortShort hostname (same as ‘hostname -s’ shell command).
nvidiathresholdNvidia graficcard support for the XNVCtrl library. Each option can be shortened to the least significant part. Temperatures are printed as float, all other values as integer.threshold – The thresholdtemperature at which the gpu slows downtemp – Gives the gpu current temperatureambient – Gives current air temperature near GPU casegpufreq – Gives the current gpu frequencymemfreq – Gives the current mem frequencyimagequality – Which imagequality should be chosen by OpenGL applications
offset(pixels)Move text over by N pixels. See also $voffset.
outlinecolor(color)Change outline color
pb_batteryitemIf running on Apple powerbook/ibook, display information on battery status. The item parameter specifies, what information to display. Exactly one item must be specified. Valid items are:status – Display if battery is fully charged, charging, discharging or absent (running on AC)percent – Display charge of battery in percent, if charging or discharging. Nothing will be displayed, if battery is fully charged or absent.time – Display the time remaining until the battery will be fully charged or discharged at current rate. Nothing is displayed, if battery is absent or if it’s present but fully charged and not discharging.
pid_chrootpidDirectory used as rootdirectory by the process (this will be “/” unless the process did a chroot syscall)
pid_cmdlinepidCommand line this process was invoked with
pid_cwdpidCurrent working directory of the process
pid_environpid varnameContents of a environment-var of the process
pid_environ_listpidList of environment-vars that the process can see
pid_exepidPath to executed command that started the process
pid_nicepidThe nice value of the process
pid_openfilespidList of files that the process has open
pid_parentpidThe pid of the parent of the process
pid_prioritypidThe priority of the process (see ‘priority’ in “man 5 proc”)
pid_readpidTotal number of bytes read by the process
pid_statepidState of the process
pid_state_shortpidOne of the chars in “RSDZTW” representing the state of the process where R is running, S is sleeping in an interruptible wait, D is waiting in uninterruptible disk sleep, Z is zombie, T is traced or stopped (on a signal), and W is paging
pid_stderrpidFiledescriptor binded to the STDERR of the process
pid_stdinpidFiledescriptor binded to the STDIN of the process
pid_stdoutpidFiledescriptor binded to the STDOUT of the process
pid_threadspidNumber of threads in process containing this thread
pid_thread_listpidList with pid’s from threads from this process
pid_time_kernelmodepidAmount of time that the process has been scheduled in kernel mode in seconds
pid_time_usermodepidAmount of time that the process has been scheduled in user mode in seconds
pid_timepidSum of $pid_time_kernelmode and $pid_time_usermode
pid_uidpidThe real uid of the process
pid_euidpidThe effective uid of the process
pid_suidpidThe saved set uid of the process
pid_fsuidpidThe file system uid of the process
pid_gidpidThe real gid of the process
pid_egidpidThe effective gid of the process
pid_sgidpidThe saved set gid of the process
pid_fsgidpidThe file system gid of the process
pid_vmpeakpidPeak virtual memory size of the process
pid_vmsizepidVirtual memory size of the process
pid_vmlckpidLocked memory size of the process
pid_vmhwmpidPeak resident set size (“high water mark”) of the process
pid_vmrsspidResident set size of the process
pid_vmdatapidData segment size of the process
pid_vmstkpidStack segment size of the process
pid_vmexepidText segment size of the process
pid_vmlibpidShared library code size of the process
pid_vmptepidPage table entries size of the process
pid_writepidTotal number of bytes written by the process
platform(dev) type n (factor offset)Platform sensor from sysfs (Linux 2.6). Parameter dev may be omitted if you have only one platform device. Platform type is either ‘in’ or ‘vol’ meaning voltage; ‘fan’ meaning fan; ‘temp’ meaning temperature. Parameter n is number of the sensor. See /sys/bus/platform/devices/ on your local computer. The optional arguments ‘factor’ and ‘offset’ allow precalculation of the raw input, which is being modified as follows: ‘input = input * factor + offset’. Note that they have to be given as decimal values (i.e. contain at least one decimal place).
pop3_unseen(args)Displays the number of unseen messages in your global POP3 inbox by default. You can define individual POP3 inboxes separately by passing arguments to this object. Arguments are: “host user pass [-i interval (in seconds)] [-p port] [-e ‘command’] [-r retries]”. Default port is 110, default interval is 5 minutes, and default number of retries before giving up is 5. If the password is supplied as ‘*’, you will be prompted to enter the password when Conky starts.
pop3_used(args)Displays the amount of space (in MiB, 2^20) used in your global POP3 inbox by default. You can define individual POP3 inboxes separately by passing arguments to this object. Arguments are: “host user pass [-i interval (in seconds)] [-p port] [-e ‘command’] [-r retries]”. Default port is 110, default interval is 5 minutes, and default number of retries before giving up is 5. If the password is supplied as ‘*’, you will be prompted to enter the password when Conky starts.
pre_execshell commandExecutes a shell command one time before conky displays anything and puts output as text.
processesTotal processes (sleeping and running)
read_tcp(host) portConnects to a tcp port on a host (default is localhost), reads every char available at the moment and shows them.
replied_mails(maildir)Number of mails marked as replied in the specified mailbox or mail spool if not. Only maildir type mailboxes are supported, mbox type will return -1.
rssuri interval_in_minutes action (num_par (spaces_in_front))Download and parse RSS feeds. The interval may be a floating point value greater than 0, otherwise defaults to 15 minutes. Action may be one of the following: feed_title, item_title (with num par), item_desc (with num par) and item_titles (when using this action and spaces_in_front is given conky places that many spaces in front of each item). This object is threaded, and once a thread is created it can’t be explicitly destroyed. One thread will run for each URI specified. You can use any protocol that Curl supports.
running_processesRunning processes (not sleeping), requires Linux 2.6
running_threadsNumber of running (runnable) threads. Linux only.
scrolllength (step) textScroll ‘text’ by ‘step’ characters showing ‘length’ number of characters at the same time. The text may also contain variables. ‘step’ is optional and defaults to 1 if not set. If a var creates output on multiple lines then the lines are placed behind each other separated with a ‘|’-sign. If you change the textcolor inside $scroll it will automatically have it’s old value back at the end of $scroll. The end and the start of text will be separated by ‘length’ number of spaces.
seen_mails(maildir)Number of mails marked as seen in the specified mailbox or mail spool if not. Only maildir type mailboxes are supported, mbox type will return -1.
shadecolor(color)Change shading color
smapi(ARGS)when using smapi, display contents of the /sys/devices/platform/smapi directory. ARGS are either ‘(FILENAME)’ or ‘bat (INDEX) (FILENAME)’ to display the corresponding files’ content. This is a very raw method of accessing the smapi values. When available, better use one of the smapi_* variables instead.
smapi_bat_bar(INDEX),(height),(width)when using smapi, display the remaining capacity of the battery with index INDEX as a bar.
smapi_bat_perc(INDEX)when using smapi, display the remaining capacity in percent of the battery with index INDEX. This is a separate variable because it supports the ‘use_spacer’ configuration option.
smapi_bat_powerINDEXwhen using smapi, display the current power of the battery with index INDEX in watt. This is a separate variable because the original read out value is being converted from mW. The sign of the output reflects charging (positive) or discharging (negative) state.
smapi_bat_tempINDEXwhen using smapi, display the current temperature of the battery with index INDEX in degree Celsius. This is a separate variable because the original read out value is being converted from milli degree Celsius.
sony_fanspeedDisplays the Sony VAIO fanspeed information if sony-laptop kernel support is enabled. Linux only.
stippled_hr(space)Stippled (dashed) horizontal line
swapAmount of swap in use
swapbar(height),(width)Bar that shows amount of swap in use
swapfreeAmount of free swap
swapmaxTotal amount of swap
swappercPercentage of swap in use
sysnameSystem name, Linux for example
tab(width, (start))Puts a tab of the specified width, starting from column ‘start’. The unit is pixels for both arguments.
taillogfile lines (next_check)Displays last N lines of supplied text file. The file is checked every ‘next_check’ update. If next_check is not supplied, Conky defaults to 2. Max of 30 lines can be displayed, or until the text buffer is filled.
tcp_portmonport_begin port_end item (index)TCP port (both IPv6 and IPv4) monitor for specified local ports. Port numbers must be in the range 1 to 65535. Valid items are:count – Total number of connections in the rangerip – Remote ip addressrhost – Remote host namerport – Remote port numberrservice – Remote service name from /etc/serviceslip – Local ip addresslhost – Local host namelport – Local port numberlservice – Local service name from /etc/servicesThe connection index provides you with access to each connection in the port monitor. The monitor will return information for index values from 0 to n-1 connections. Values higher than n-1 are simply ignored. For the “count” item, the connection index must be omitted. It is required for all other items.Examples:${tcp_portmon 6881 6999 count} – Displays the number of connections in the bittorrent port range${tcp_portmon 22 22 rip 0} – Displays the remote host ip of the first sshd connection${tcp_portmon 22 22 rip 9} – Displays the remote host ip of the tenth sshd connection${tcp_portmon 1 1024 rhost 0} – Displays the remote host name of the first connection on a privileged port${tcp_portmon 1 1024 rport 4} – Displays the remote host port of the fifth connection on a privileged port${tcp_portmon 1 65535 lservice 14} – Displays the local service name of the fifteenth connection in the range of all portsNote that port monitor variables which share the same port range actually refer to the same monitor, so many references to a single port range for different items and different indexes all use the same monitor internally. In other words, the program avoids creating redundant monitors.
templateN(arg1)Evaluate the content of the templateN configuration variable (where N is a value between 0 and 9, inclusively), applying substitutions as described in the documentation of the corresponding configuration variable. The number of arguments is optional, but must match the highest referred index in the template. You can use the same special sequences in each argument as the ones valid for a template definition, e.g. to allow an argument to contain a whitespace. Also simple nesting of templates is possible this way.Here are some examples of template definitions:template0 $\1\2template1 \1: ${fs_used \2} / ${fs_size \2}template2 \1 \2The following list shows sample usage of the templates defined above, with the equivalent syntax when not using any template at all:using template same without template ${template0 node name} $nodename ${template1 root /} root: ${fs_free /} / ${fs_size /} ${template1 ${template2\ disk\ root} /} disk root: ${fs_free /} / ${fs_size /}
texeciinterval commandRuns a command at an interval inside a thread and displays the output. Same as $execi, except the command is run inside a thread. Use this if you have a slow script to keep Conky updating. You should make the interval slightly longer then the time it takes your script to execute. For example, if you have a script that take 5 seconds to execute, you should make the interval at least 6 seconds. See also $execi. This object will clean up the thread when it is destroyed, so it can safely be used in a nested fashion, though it may not produce the desired behaviour if used this way.
threadsTotal threads
time(format)Local time, see man strftime to get more information about format
to_bytessizeIf ‘size’ is a number followed by a size-unit (kilobyte,mb,GiB,…) then it converts the size to bytes and shows it without unit, otherwise it just shows ‘size’.
toptype numThis takes arguments in the form:top (name) (number) Basically, processes are ranked from highest to lowest in terms of cpu usage, which is what (num) represents. The types are: “name”, “pid”, “cpu”, “mem”, “mem_res”, “mem_vsize”, “time”, “uid”, “user”, “io_perc”, “io_read” and “io_write”. There can be a max of 10 processes listed.
top_iotype numSame as top, except sorted by the amount of I/O the process has done during the update interval
top_memtype numSame as top, except sorted by mem usage instead of cpu
top_timetype numSame as top, except sorted by total CPU time instead of current CPU usage
totaldown(net)Total download, overflows at 4 GB on Linux with 32-bit arch and there doesn’t seem to be a way to know how many times it has already done that before conky has started.
totalup(net)Total upload, this one too, may overflow
trashed_mails(maildir)Number of mails marked as trashed in the specified mailbox or mail spool if not. Only maildir type mailboxes are supported, mbox type will return -1.
tztime(timezone (format))Local time for specified timezone, see man strftime to get more information about format. The timezone argument is specified in similar fashion as TZ environment variable. For hints, look in /usr/share/zoneinfo. e.g. US/Pacific, Europe/Zurich, etc.
gid_namegidName of group with this gid
uid_nameuidUsername of user with this uid
unflagged_mails(maildir)Number of mails not marked as flagged in the specified mailbox or mail spool if not. Only maildir type mailboxes are supported, mbox type will return -1.
unforwarded_mails(maildir)Number of mails not marked as forwarded in the specified mailbox or mail spool if not. Only maildir type mailboxes are supported, mbox type will return -1.
unreplied_mails(maildir)Number of mails not marked as replied in the specified mailbox or mail spool if not. Only maildir type mailboxes are supported, mbox type will return -1.
unseen_mails(maildir)Number of new or unseen mails in the specified mailbox or mail spool if not. Only maildir type mailboxes are supported, mbox type will return -1.
updatesNumber of updatesfor debugging
upspeed(net)Upload speed in suitable IEC units
upspeedf(net)Upload speed in KiB with one decimal
upspeedgraph(netdev) (height),(width) (gradient colour 1) (gradient colour 2) (scale) (-t) (-l)Upload speed graph, colours defined in hex, minus the #. If scale is non-zero, it becomes the scale for the graph. Uses a logarithmic scale (to see small numbers) when you use the -l switch. Takes the switch ‘-t’ to use a temperature gradient, which makes the gradient values change depending on the amplitude of a particular graph value (try it and see).
uptimeUptime
uptime_shortUptime in a shorter format
user_namesLists the names of the users logged in
user_numberNumber of users logged in
user_termsLists the consoles in use
user_timesLists how long users have been logged in for
user_timeconsoleLists how long the user for the given console has been logged in for
utime(format)Display time in UTC (universal coordinate time).
voffset(pixels)Change vertical offset by N pixels. Negative values will cause text to overlap. See also $offset.
voltage_mv(n)Returns CPU #n’s voltage in mV. CPUs are counted from 1. If omitted, the parameter defaults to 1.
voltage_v(n)Returns CPU #n’s voltage in V. CPUs are counted from 1. If omitted, the parameter defaults to 1.
weatherURI locID data_type (interval_in_minutes)Download, parse and display METAR data.For the ‘URI’, there are two possibilities:http://weather.noaa.gov/pub/data/observations/metar/stations/http://xoap.weather.com/weather/local/The first one is free to use but the second requires you to register and obtain your partner ID and license key. These two must be written, separated by a space, into a file called .xoaprc which needs to be placed into your home directory.’locID’ must be a valid location identifier for the required uri. For the NOAA site this must be a valid ICAO (see for instance https://pilotweb.nas.faa.gov/qryhtml/icao/). For the weather.com site this must be a valid location ID (see for instance http://aspnetresources.com/tools/locid.aspx).’data_type’ must be one of the following:last_update -The date and time stamp of the data. The result depends on the URI used. For the NOAA site it is date (yyyy/mm/dd) and UTC time. For the weather.com one it is date ([m]m/[d]d/yy) and Local Time of the station.temperature -Air temperature (you can use the ‘temperature_unit’ config setting to change units)cloud_cover -The highest cloud cover statuspressure -Air pressure in millibarwind_speed -Wind speed in km/hwind_dir -Wind directionwind_dir_DEG -Compass wind directionhumidity -Relative humidity in %weather -Any relevant weather event (rain, snow, etc.). This is not used if you are querying the weather.com site since this data is aggregated into the cloud_cover oneicon -Weather icon (only for www.weather.com). Can be used together with the icon kit provided upon registering to their service.’delay_in_minutes’ (optional, default 30) cannot be less than 30 minutes.This object is threaded, and once a thread is created it can’t be explicitly destroyed. One thread will run for each URI specified.Note that these variables are still EXPERIMENTAL and can be subject to many future changes.
weather_forecastURI locID day data_type (interval_in_minutes)Download, parse and display weather forecast data for a given day (daytime only).For the ‘URI’, for the time being only http://xoap.weather.com/weather/local/ is supported. See ‘weather’ above for details of usage’locID’, see ‘weather’ above.’day’ is a number from 0 (today) to 4 (3 days after tomorrow).’data_type’ must be one of the following:day – Day of the weekdate – Date, in the form MMM DD (ie. Jul 14)low – Minimun temperature (you can use the ‘temperature_unit’ config setting to change units)hi – Maximum temperature (you can use the ‘temperature_unit’ config setting to change units)icon – Weather icon. Can be used together with the icon kit provided upon registering to the weather.com serviceforecast – Weather forecast (sunny, rainy, etc.)wind_speed – Wind speed in km/hwind_dir – Wind directionwind_dir_DEG – Compass wind directionhumidity – Relative humidity in %precipitation – Probability of having a precipitation (in %)’delay_in_minutes’ (optional, default 210) cannot be lower than 210 min.This object is threaded, and once a thread is created it can’t be explicitly destroyed. One thread will run for each URI specified. You can use any protocol that Curl supports.Note that these variables are still EXPERIMENTAL and can be subject to many future changes.
wireless_ap(net)Wireless access point MAC address (Linux only)
wireless_bitrate(net)Wireless bitrate (ie 11 Mb/s) (Linux only)
wireless_essid(net)Wireless access point ESSID (Linux only)
wireless_link_bar(height),(width) (net)Wireless link quality bar (Linux only)
wireless_link_qual(net)Wireless link quality (Linux only)
wireless_link_qual_max(net)Wireless link quality maximum value (Linux only)
wireless_link_qual_perc(net)Wireless link quality in percents (Linux only)
wireless_mode(net)Wireless mode (Managed/Ad-Hoc/Master) (Linux only)
wordstextfileDisplays the number of words in the given file
xmms2_albumAlbum in current XMMS2 song
xmms2_artistArtist in current XMMS2 song
xmms2_bar(height),(width)Bar of XMMS2’s progress
xmms2_bitrateBitrate of current song
xmms2_commentComment in current XMMS2 song
xmms2_dateReturns song’s date.
xmms2_durationDuration of current song
xmms2_elapsedSong’s elapsed time
xmms2_genreGenre in current XMMS2 song
xmms2_idXMMS2 id of current song
xmms2_percentPercent of song’s progress
xmms2_playlistReturns the XMMS2 playlist.
xmms2_sizeSize of current song
xmms2_smartPrints the song name in either the form “artist – title” or file name, depending on whats available
xmms2_statusXMMS2 status (Playing, Paused, Stopped, or Disconnected)
xmms2_timesplayedNumber of times a song was played (presumably).
xmms2_titleTitle in current XMMS2 song
xmms2_tracknrTrack number in current XMMS2 song
xmms2_urlFull path to current song

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