Sunday, 20 July 2014

My Conky Themes - Update 2


CPU Panel
The bar at the top now displays total CPU usage instead of CPU usage for each core.

Process List
Displays top 5 processes ordered by CPU and memory usage. Useful for keeping an eye on what processes are running on your system.

Network Panel
Displays current upload and download speeds, network address (both local and public IPs) and speed history graphs.

Displays the GPU and memory usage for NVIDIA graphic cards.

Note: The NVIDIA Panel requires the proprietary graphic drivers from NVIDIA. If you are using the default open-source drivers (nouveau) then values will be displayed as N/A. The proprietary drivers can be installed using the driver manager in Linux Mint.


Download 'ConkyThemes_TeejeeTech.cmtp.7z' from Mediafire (232 kB)


Drag and drop the downloaded file on the Conky Manager window. Start the widgets from the widget list.


  1. Hi, I just noticed you are rich enough to have an 8 core processor, can I have my donation back pls? :)
    Just kidding, love the program.

  2. Hello,
    first off thank you so much for your hard work!! conky manager is so awesome and so are the themes. It makes linux noob alot easier! I had 2 questions about the nvidia widget. 1. the fan speed doesn't register 2. it only reads temp in C* not F* . is there a way you can add that in the widget manager window?

    Again thank you so much for your time and hard work.

  3. local address not showing.
    what to write in conf? using addrs in default.

  4. Thanks Bro :)

  5. I have made my own modular conkies pack with parts based on this theme. Docs and color-schemes provided. Check it out:

  6. In Mint 18 the NVIDIA Panel does not like to run. (does not show up at all) I can see it in the preview in Conky though. Tried several ones. Nada. Installed is the best NVIDIA driver from repo (376). The other applets only worked correct with "override". (Otherwise they were always blocking other windows)

    1. same issue here with most current proprietary drivers. other panels run fine -- seems to be limited to nvidia.

  7. hi,
    in linux mint 18.1 each time i load the network monitor it disappears??