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NAME
       conky - A system	monitor	for X originally based on the torsmo code, but
       more kickass. It	just keeps on given'er.	Yeah.

SYNOPSIS
       conky [ options ]

DESCRIPTION
       Conky is	a system monitor for X originally based	on torsmo.  Since  its
       inception,  Conky has changed significantly from	its predecessor, while
       maintaining simplicity and  configurability.  Conky  can	 display  just
       about  anything,	 either	on your	root desktop or	in its own window. Not
       only does Conky have many built-in objects, it can  also	 display  just
       about any piece of information by using scripts and other external pro-
       grams.

       Conky has more than 250 built  in  objects,  including  support	for  a
       plethora	 of OS stats (uname, uptime, CPU usage,	mem usage, disk	usage,
       "top" like process stats, and network monitoring, just to name a	 few),
       built in	IMAP and POP3 support, built in	support	for many popular music
       players (MPD, XMMS2, Audacious),	and much much more. Conky can  display
       this  info either as text, or using simple progress bars	and graph wid-
       gets, with different fonts and colours.

       We are always looking for help, whether	its  reporting	bugs,  writing
       patches,	 or  writing docs. Please use the facilities at	SourceForge to
       make bug	reports, feature requests, and	submit	patches,  or  stop  by
       #conky on irc.freenode.net if you have questions	or want	to contribute.

       Thanks for your interest	in Conky.

COMPILING
       For  users compiling from source	on a binary distro, make sure you have
       the X development libraries installed (Unless you configure your	 build
       without	X11). This should be a package along the lines of "libx11-dev"
       or "xorg-x11-dev" for X11 libs, and similar "-dev" format for the other
       libs  required (depending on your build options). You should be able to
       see which extra packages	you need to install by reading errors that you
       get  from  running `cmake'. The easiest way to view the available build
       options is to run `ccmake' or `cmake-gui' from the source tree, but  be
       careful	when  disabling	certain	features as you	may lose desired func-
       tionality. E.g.,	with BUILD_MATH	disabled you won't get errors but log-
       arithmic	graphs will be normal graphs and gauges	will miss their	line.

       Conky  has  (for	 some time) been available in the repositories of most
       popular distributions. Here are some installation  instructions	for  a
       few:

       Gentoo users -- Conky is	in Gentoo's Portage... simply use "emerge app-
       admin/conky" for	installation.

       Debian, etc. users -- Conky should be in	your repositories, and can  be
       installed by doing "aptitude install conky".

       Example	to  compile  and  run Conky with default components (note that
       some build options may differ for your system):

       cmake -D	CMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX:string=/usr .

       make

       make install # Optional

       src/conky

       Conky has been tested to	be compatible with C99 C and C++0x C++,	howev-
       er  it  has  not	 been  tested with anything other than gcc, and	is not
       guaranteed to work with other compilers.

       TIP: Try	configuring Conky with `ccmake'	or `cmake-gui' instead of just
       `cmake'.

YOU SHOULD KNOW
       Conky  is generally very	good on	resources. That	said, the more you try
       to make Conky do, the more resources it is going	to consume.

       An easy way to force Conky to reload  your  ~/.config/conky/conky.conf:
       "killall	 -SIGUSR1  conky". Saves you the trouble of having to kill and
       then restart.

OPTIONS
       Command line options override configurations defined  in	 configuration
       file.

       -a | --alignment= ALIGNMENT
	      Text  alignment  on screen, {top,bottom,middle}_{left,right,mid-
	      dle} or none. Can	also be	abbreviated with first chars of	 posi-
	      tion,  ie.  tr  for  top_right.  Only  available with build flag
	      BUILD_X11	enabled.

       -b | --double-buffer
	      Use double buffering (eliminates "flicker"). Only	available with
	      build flag BUILD_X11 enabled.

       -c | --config= FILE
	      Config file to load instead of ~/.config/conky/conky.conf.

       -C | --print-config
	      Print builtin default config to stdout. See also the section EX-
	      AMPLES for more information.  Only  available  with  build  flag
	      BUILD_BUILTIN_CONFIG enabled.

       -d | --daemonize
	      Daemonize	Conky, aka fork	to background.

       -D | --debug
	      Increase debugging output, ie. -DD for more debugging.

       -f | --font= FONT
	      Font to use. Only	available with build flag BUILD_X11 enabled.

       -h | --help
	      Prints command line help and exits.

       -i COUNT
	      Number of	times to update	Conky (and quit).

       -o | --own-window
	      Create  own  window  to  draw.  Only  available  with build flag
	      BUILD_X11	enabled.

       -p | --pause= SECONDS
	      Time to pause/wait before	actually starting Conky.

       -q | --quiet
	      Run Conky	in 'quiet mode'	(ie. no	output).

       -t | --text= TEXT
	      Text to render, remember single quotes, like -t '	$uptime	'.

       -u | --interval=	SECONDS
	      Update interval.

       -v | -V | --version
	      Prints version, build information	and general info. Exits	 after
	      printing.

       -w | --window-id= WIN_ID
	      Window  id to draw. Only available with build flag BUILD_X11 en-
	      abled.

       -x X_COORDINATE
	      X	position.

       -X | --display= DISPLAY
	      X11 display to use. Only available with build flag BUILD_X11 en-
	      abled.

       -y Y_COORDINATE
	      Y	position.

CONFIGURATION SETTINGS
       Default	configuration  file  location is ~/.config/conky/conky.conf or
       ${sysconfdir}/conky/conky.conf. On most systems,	 sysconfdir  is	 /etc,
       and you can find	the sample config file there in	/etc/conky/conky.conf.

       You  might want to copy it to ~/.config/conky/conky.conf	and then start
       modifying it. Other configs can be found	at https://github.com/brndnmt-
       thws/conky.

       alignment
	      Aligned position on screen, may be top_left, top_right, top_mid-
	      dle, bottom_left,	bottom_right, bottom_middle, middle_left, mid-
	      dle_middle, middle_right,	or none	(also can be abreviated	as tl,
	      tr, tm, bl, br, bm, ml, mm, mr). See also	gap_x and gap_y.

       append_file
	      Append the file given as argument.

       background
	      Boolean value, if	true, Conky will be forked to background  when
	      started.

       forced_redraw
	      Boolean  value,  if  true, Conky will redraw everything when you
	      switch the workspace. This may cause delays/flickering  on  some
	      WMs.

       border_inner_margin
	      Inner border margin in pixels (the margin	between	the border and
	      text).

       border_outer_margin
	      Outer border margin in pixels (the margin	between	the border and
	      the edge of the window).

       border_width
	      Border width in pixels.

       colorN Predefine	 a  color for use inside conky.text segments.  Substi-
	      tute N by	a digit	between	0 and 9, inclusively. When  specifying
	      the color	value in hex, omit the leading hash (#).

       console_bar_fill
	      A	character to fill the console bars. (default: '#')

       console_bar_unfill
	      A	character to unfill the	console	bars. (default:	'.')

       console_graph_ticks
	      A	 comma-separated list of strings to use	as the bars of a graph
	      output to	console/shell. The first list item  is	used  for  the
	      minimum  bar  height  and	the last item is used for the maximum,
	      e.g. " ,_,=,#".

       cpu_avg_samples
	      The number of samples to average for CPU monitoring.

       default_bar_height
	      Specify a	default	height for bars. If not	specified, the default
	      value is 6.

       default_bar_width
	      Specify  a default width for bars. If not	specified, the default
	      value is 0, which	causes the bar to expand to fit	the  width  of
	      your Conky window. If you	set out_to_console = true, the default
	      value will be 10 for the text version of the bar.

       default_color
	      Default color and	border color.

       default_gauge_height
	      Specify a	default	height for gauges. If not specified,  the  de-
	      fault value is 25.

       default_gauge_width
	      Specify  a  default  width for gauges. If	not specified, the de-
	      fault value is 40.

       default_graph_height
	      Specify a	default	height for graphs. If not specified,  the  de-
	      fault value is 25.

       default_graph_width
	      Specify  a  default  width for graphs. If	not specified, the de-
	      fault value is 0,	which causes the graph to expand  to  fit  the
	      width  of	 your  Conky window. If	you set	out_to_console = true,
	      the text version of the graph will actually have	no  width  and
	      you  will	 need  to set a	sensible default or set	the height and
	      width of each graph individually.

       default_outline_color
	      Default outline color.

       default_shade_color
	      Default shading color and	border's shading color.

       disable_auto_reload
	      Enable to	disable	the inotify-based auto config reload feature.

       diskio_avg_samples
	      The number of samples to average for disk	I/O monitoring.

       display
	      Specify an X display to connect to.

       xinerama_head
	      Specify a	Xinerama head.

       double_buffer
	      Use the Xdbe extension? (eliminates flicker) It is highly	recom-
	      mended to	use own	window with this one so	double buffer won't be
	      so big.

       draw_blended
	      Boolean, blend when rendering drawn image? Some images blend in-
	      correctly	breaking alpha with ARBG visuals. This provides	a pos-
	      sible work around	by disabling blending. Defaults	to true.

       draw_borders
	      Draw borders around text.

       draw_graph_borders
	      Draw borders around graphs.

       draw_outline
	      Draw outlines.

       draw_shades
	      Draw shades.

       extra_newline
	      Put an extra newline at the end when writing to  stdout,	useful
	      for writing to awesome's wiboxes.

       font   Font name	in X, xfontsel can be used to get a nice font.

       fontN  Predefine	 a font	to be used in conky.text segments.  Substitute
	      N	by a number between 0 and 9 inclusive. Use the same format  as
	      a	font variable.

       format_human_readable
	      If  enabled,  values which are in	bytes will be printed in human
	      readable format (i.e., KiB, MiB, etc). If	disabled,  the	number
	      of bytes is printed instead.

       gap_x  Gap,  in pixels, between right or	left border of screen, same as
	      passing -x at command line, e.g. gap_x 10.  For  other  position
	      related stuff, see 'alignment'.

       gap_y  Gap,  in pixels, between top or bottom border of screen, same as
	      passing -y at command line, e.g. gap_y 10.  For  other  position
	      related stuff, see 'alignment'.

       github_token
	      Specify API token	for GitHub notifications.

	      https://github.com/settings/tokens/new?scopes=notifications&de-
	      scription=conky

       hddtemp_host
	      Hostname	to  connect  to	 for  hddtemp  objects.	 Defaults   to
	      "127.0.0.1".

       hddtemp_port
	      Port to use for hddtemp connections. Defaults to 7634.

       http_refresh
	      When  this is set	the page generated with	out_to_http will auto-
	      matically	refresh	each interval. Default value is	no.

       if_up_strictness
	      How strict should	if_up be when testing an interface  for	 being
	      up?  The	value  is one of up, link or address, to check for the
	      interface	being solely up, being up and having link or being up,
	      having link and an assigned IP address.

       imap   Default  global  IMAP server. 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 be-
	      fore  giving  up	is  5. If the password is supplied as '*', you
	      will be prompted to enter	the password when Conky	starts.

       imlib_cache_flush_interval
	      Interval (in seconds) to flush Imlib2 cache.

       imlib_cache_size
	      Imlib2 image cache size, in bytes. Defaults to  4MiB.   Increase
	      this value if you	use $image lots. Set to	0 to disable the image
	      cache.

       lua_draw_hook_post function_name	[function arguments]
	      This function, if	defined, will be called	by Conky through  each
	      iteration	after drawing to the window. Requires X	support. Takes
	      any number of optional arguments.	 Use  this  hook  for  drawing
	      things  on top of	what Conky draws. Conky	puts 'conky_' in front
	      of function_name to prevent accidental calls to the wrong	 func-
	      tion unless you place 'conky_' in	front of it yourself.

       lua_draw_hook_pre function_name [function arguments]
	      This  function, if defined, will be called by Conky through each
	      iteration	before drawing to  the	window.	 Requires  X  support.
	      Takes  any number	of optional arguments. Use this	hook for draw-
	      ing things on top	of what	Conky draws. Conky  puts  'conky_'  in
	      front  of	function_name to prevent accidental calls to the wrong
	      function unless you place	'conky_' in front of it	yourself.

       lua_load
	      Loads the	Lua scripts separated by spaces.

       lua_shutdown_hook function_name [function arguments]
	      This function, if	defined, will be called	by Conky  at  shutdown
	      or when the configuration	is reloaded. Use this hook to clean up
	      after yourself, such as freeing memory which has been  allocated
	      by  external  libraries via Lua. Conky puts 'conky_' in front of
	      function_name to prevent accidental calls	to the wrong  function
	      unless you place 'conky_'	in front of it yourself.

       lua_startup_hook	function_name [function	arguments]
	      This function, if	defined, will be called	by Conky at startup or
	      when the configuration is	reloaded. Use this hook	to  initialize
	      values, or for any run-once applications.	Conky puts 'conky_' in
	      front of function_name to	prevent	accidental calls to the	 wrong
	      function unless you place	'conky_' in front of it	yourself.

       mail_spool
	      Mail spool for mail checking.

       max_port_monitor_connections
	      Allow  each  port	monitor	to track at most this many connections
	      (if 0 or not set,	default	is 256).

       max_text_width width
	      When a line in the output	contains 'width'  chars	 and  the  end
	      isn't  reached,  the  next char will start on a new line.	If you
	      want to make sure	that lines don't get broken, set 'width' to 0.

       max_user_text bytes
	      Maximum size of user text	buffer,	i.e.  text  inside  conky.text
	      section in config	file (default is 16384 bytes).

       maximum_width pixels
	      Maximum width of window.

       minimum_height height
	      Minimum height of	the window.

       minimum_width width
	      Minimum width of window.

       mpd_host
	      Host of MPD server.

       mpd_password
	      MPD server password.

       mpd_port
	      Port of MPD server.

       mysql_host
	      Host of MySQL server. Defaults to	localhost.

       mysql_port
	      Port of MySQL server. Defaults to	the default mysql port.

       mysql_user
	      MySQL  user name to use when connecting to the server.  Defaults
	      to your username.

       mysql_password
	      Password of the MySQL user. Place	it between "-chars. When  this
	      is not set there is no password used.

       mysql_db
	      MySQL database to	use. Defaults to mysql.

       music_player_interval
	      Music  player thread update interval (defaults to	Conky's	update
	      interval).

       net_avg_samples
	      The number of samples to average for net data.

       no_buffers
	      Subtract (file system) buffers from used memory.

       nvidia_display
	      The display that the nvidia variable will	use (defaults  to  the
	      value of the display variable).

       out_to_console
	      Print text to stdout.

       out_to_http
	      Let conky	act as a small http-server serving its text.

       out_to_ncurses
	      Print  text  in  the  console, but use ncurses so	that conky can
	      print the	text of	a new update over the old text.	(In the	future
	      this will	provide	more useful things).

       out_to_stderr
	      Print text to stderr.

       out_to_x
	      When  set	 to  no, there will be no output in X (useful when you
	      also use things like out_to_console). If you set it to no,  make
	      sure  that  it's placed before all other X-related setting (take
	      the first	line of	your configfile	to be sure). Default value  is
	      yes.

       override_utf8_locale
	      Force UTF8. Requires XFT.

       overwrite_file
	      Overwrite	the file given as argument.

       own_window
	      Boolean, create own window to draw.

       own_window_class
	      Manually set the WM_CLASS	name. Defaults to "Conky".

       own_window_colour colour
	      If  own_window_transparent no, set a specified background	colour
	      (defaults	to black). Takes either	a hex value (e.g.  '#ffffff'),
	      a	 shorthand  hex	 value (e.g. '#fff'), or a valid RGB name (see
	      /usr/lib/X11/rgb.txt).

       own_window_hints	undecorated,below,above,sticky,skip_taskbar,skip_pager
	      If own_window is yes, you	may use	these window manager hints  to
	      affect  the way Conky displays. Notes: Use own_window_type desk-
	      top as another way to implement many of these hints  implicitly.
	      If  you  use own_window_type override, window manager hints have
	      no meaning and are ignored.

       own_window_title
	      Manually set the window name. Defaults to	"conky (<hostname>)".

       own_window_argb_visual
	      Boolean, use ARGB	visual?	ARGB can be used for real  transparen-
	      cy, note that a composite	manager	is required for	real transpar-
	      ency. This option	will not work as desired (in  most  cases)  in
	      conjunction with 'own_window_type	override'.

       own_window_argb_value
	      When ARGB	visuals	are enabled, this use this to modify the alpha
	      value used. Valid	range is 0-255,	where 0	is 0% opacity, and 255
	      is 100% opacity.

       own_window_transparent
	      Boolean, set transparency? If ARGB visual	is enabled, sets back-
	      ground opacity to	0%.

       own_window_type
	      if own_window is yes, you	 may  specify  type  normal,  desktop,
	      dock,  panel  or override	(default: normal). Desktop windows are
	      special windows that have	no window decorations; are always vis-
	      ible  on	your  desktop; do not appear in	your pager or taskbar;
	      and are sticky across  all  workspaces.  Panel  windows  reserve
	      space  along a desktop edge, just	like panels and	taskbars, pre-
	      venting maximized	windows	from overlapping  them.	 The  edge  is
	      chosen  based on the alignment option.  Override windows are not
	      under the	control	of the window  manager.	  Hints	 are  ignored.
	      This type	of window can be useful	for certain situations.

       pad_percents
	      Pad percentages to this many decimals (0 = no padding).

       pop3   Default  global  POP3 server. 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 sup-
	      plied  as	 '*',  you will	be prompted to enter the password when
	      Conky starts.

       short_units
	      Shortens units to	a single character (kiB->k, GiB->G, etc.). De-
	      fault is off.

       show_graph_range
	      Shows the	time range covered by a	graph.

       show_graph_scale
	      Shows the	maximum	value in scaled	graphs.

       stippled_borders
	      Border stippling (dashing) in pixels.

       temperature_unit
	      Desired  output  unit  of	 all objects displaying	a temperature.
	      Parameters are either "fahrenheit"  or  "celsius".  The  default
	      unit is degree Celsius.

       templateN
	      Define  a	 template  for	later  use inside conky.text segments.
	      Substitute N by a	digit between 0	and 9, inclusively. The	 value
	      of  the  variable	 is  being  inserted  into  the	 stuff	inside
	      conky.text at the	corresponding position,	but before  some  sub-
	      stitutions are applied:

	      '\n' -> newline
	      '\\' -> backslash
	      '\ ' -> space
	      '\N' -> template argument	N (starting from 1)

       text_buffer_size	bytes
	      Size  of	the standard text buffer (default is 256 bytes).  This
	      buffer is	used for intermediary text, such as individual	lines,
	      output  from $exec vars, and various other variables. Increasing
	      the size of this buffer can drastically reduce  Conky's  perfor-
	      mance,  but  will	 allow for more	text display per variable. The
	      size of this buffer cannot be smaller than the default value  of
	      256 bytes.

       times_in_seconds
	      If true, variables that output times output a number that	repre-
	      sents seconds. This doesn't affect $time,	$tztime	and $utime.

       top_cpu_separate
	      If true, cpu in top will show usage of one processor's power. If
	      false,  cpu  in top will show the	usage of all processors' power
	      combined.

       top_name_verbose
	      If true, top name	shows the full command line of	each  process,
	      including	 arguments  (whenever  possible).  Otherwise, only the
	      basename is displayed. Default value is false.

       top_name_width
	      Width for	$top name value	(defaults to 15	characters).

       total_run_times
	      Total number of times for	Conky to update	before quitting.  Zero
	      makes Conky run forever.

       update_interval seconds
	      Update interval.

       update_interval_on_battery seconds
	      Update interval when running on battery power.

       detect_battery
	      One  or  more  batteries	to check in order to use update_inter-
	      val_on_battery (comma separated, BAT0 default).

       uppercase
	      Boolean value, if	true, text is rendered in upper	case.

       lowercase
	      Boolean value, if	true, text is rendered in lower	case.

       use_spacer
	      Adds spaces around certain objects to stop them from moving oth-
	      er things	around.	Arguments are left, right, and none (default).
	      The  old	true/false  values  are	 deprecated  and  default   to
	      right/none  respectively.	 Note  that this only helps if you are
	      using a mono font, such as Bitstream Vera	Sans Mono.

       use_xft
	      Use Xft (anti-aliased font and stuff).

       xftalpha
	      Alpha of Xft font. Must be a value at or between 1 and 0.

OBJECTS/VARIABLES
       Colours are parsed using	XParsecolor(), there might be a	list of	 them:
       /usr/share/X11/rgb.txt. Colour can be also in #rrggbb format (hex).

       Some  objects  may create threads, and sometimes	these threads will not
       be destroyed until Conky	terminates. There is  no  way  to  destroy  or
       clean up	threads	while Conky is running.	For example, if	you use	an MPD
       variable, the MPD thread	will  keep  running  until  Conky  dies.  Some
       threaded	objects	will use one of	the parameters as a 'key', so that you
       only have 1 relevant thread running (for	example, the $curl,  $rss  and
       $weather	objects	launch one thread per URI).

       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 giv-
	      en).  Non-linux systems ignore it.

       acpifan
	      ACPI fan state.

       acpitemp
	      ACPI 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.

       adt746xcpu
	      CPU temperature from therm_adt746x.

       adt746xfan
	      Fan speed	from therm_adt746x.

       alignc (num)
	      Align text to centre.

       alignr (num)
	      Right-justify text, with space of	N.

       apcupsd host port
	      Sets up the connection to	apcupsd	daemon.	 Prints	 nothing,  de-
	      faults to	localhost:3551.

       apcupsd_cable
	      Prints the UPS connection	type.

       apcupsd_charge
	      Current battery capacity in percent.

       apcupsd_lastxfer
	      Reason for last transfer from line to battery.

       apcupsd_linev
	      Nominal input voltage.

       apcupsd_load
	      Current load in percent.

       apcupsd_loadbar
	      Bar 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_model
	      Prints the model of the UPS.

       apcupsd_name
	      Prints the UPS user-defined name.

       apcupsd_status
	      Prints current status (on-line, on-battery).

       apcupsd_temp
	      Current internal temperature.

       apcupsd_timeleft
	      Time left	to run on battery.

       apcupsd_upsmode
	      Prints the UPS mode (e.g.	standalone).

       apm_adapter
	      Display APM AC adapter status. FreeBSD, OpenBSD only.

       apm_battery_life
	      Display APM battery life in percent. FreeBSD, OpenBSD only.

       apm_battery_time
	      Display remaining	APM battery life in hh:mm:ss or	 "unknown"  if
	      AC adapterstatus is on-line or charging. FreeBSD,	OpenBSD	only.

       audacious_bar (height),(width)
	      Progress bar.

       audacious_bitrate
	      Bitrate of current tune.

       audacious_channels
	      Number of	audio channels of current tune.

       audacious_filename
	      Full path	and filename of	current	tune.

       audacious_frequency
	      Sampling frequency of current tune.

       audacious_length
	      Total length of current tune as MM:SS.

       audacious_length_seconds
	      Total length of current tune in seconds.

       audacious_main_volume
	      The current volume fetched from Audacious.

       audacious_playlist_length
	      Number of	tunes in playlist.

       audacious_playlist_position
	      Playlist position	of current tune.

       audacious_position
	      Position of current tune (MM:SS).

       audacious_position_seconds
	      Position of current tune in seconds.

       audacious_status
	      Player 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 bat-
	      tery number can be given as argument (default is BAT0,  use  all
	      to get the mean percentage remaining for all batteries).

       battery_percent (num)
	      Battery percentage remaining for ACPI battery. ACPI battery num-
	      ber can be given as argument (default is BAT0, use  all  to  get
	      the mean percentage remaining for	all batteries).

       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_status (num)
	      Battery status for ACPI battery. ACPI battery number can be giv-
	      en as argument (default is BAT0).

       battery_time (num)
	      Battery charge/discharge time remaining of ACPI  battery.	  ACPI
	      battery number can be given as argument (default is BAT0).

       blink text_and_other_conky_vars
	      Let 'text_and_other_conky_vars' blink on and off.

       buffers
	      Amount of	memory buffered.

       cached Amount of	memory cached.

       cat file
	      Reads  a file and	displays the contents in conky.	This is	useful
	      if you have an independent process generating  output  that  you
	      want to include in conky.

       catp file
	      Reads  a file and	displays the contents in conky.	This is	useful
	      if you have an independent process generating  output  that  you
	      want  to	include	 in  conky.  This differs from $cat in that it
	      parses the contents of the file, so you can insert  things  like
	      ${color  red}hi!${color}	in  your  file	and  have it correctly
	      parsed by	Conky.

       cmdline_to_pid string
	      PID of the first process that has	string in its commandline.

       cmus_aaa
	      Print aaa	status of cmus (all/artist/album).

       cmus_album
	      Prints the album of the current cmus song.

       cmus_artist
	      Prints the artist	of the current cmus song.

       cmus_curtime
	      Current time of the current cmus song.

       cmus_file
	      Print the	file name of the current cmus song.

       cmus_date
	      Print the	date of	the current cmus song.

       cmus_genre
	      Print the	genre name of the current cmus song.

       cmus_percent
	      Percent of song's	progress.

       cmus_progress (height),(width)
	      cmus' progress bar.

       cmus_random
	      Random status of cmus (on/off).

       cmus_repeat
	      Repeat status of cmus (song/all/off).

       cmus_state
	      Current state of cmus (playing, paused, stopped etc).

       cmus_timeleft
	      Time left	of the current cmus song.

       cmus_title
	      Prints the title of the current cmus song.

       cmus_totaltime
	      Total length of the current cmus song.

       cmus_track
	      Print track number of current cmus song.

       color (color)
	      Change drawing color to 'color' which is a name of a color or  a
	      hexcode  preceded	 with #, e.g. #0A1B2C. If you use ncurses only
	      the following colors are supported: red,	green,	yellow,	 blue,
	      magenta, cyan, black, and	white.

       colorN Change  drawing color to colorN configuration option, where N is
	      a	digit between 0	and 9, inclusively.

       combine var1 var2
	      Places the lines of var2 to the right of the lines of var1 sepa-
	      rated by the chars that are put between var1 and var2. For exam-
	      ple: ${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 nest-
	      ed to place more vars next to each other.

       conky_build_arch
	      CPU architecture Conky was built for.

       conky_build_date
	      Date Conky was built.

       conky_version
	      Conky 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).

       curl url	(interval_in_minutes)
	      Download data from URI using Curl	 at  the  specified  interval.
	      The  interval  may  be a positive	floating point value (0	is al-
	      lowed), otherwise	defaults to 15 minutes.	Most useful when  used
	      in  conjunction with Lua and the Lua API.	This object is thread-
	      ed, and once a thread is created	it  can't  be  explicitly  de-
	      stroyed. One thread will run for each URI	specified. You can use
	      any protocol that	Curl supports.

       desktop
	      Number of	the desktop on which conky is running or  the  message
	      "Not running in X" if this is the	case.

       desktop_name
	      Name  of	the  desktop  on which conky is	running	or the message
	      "Not running in X" if this is the	case.

       desktop_number
	      Number of	desktops or the	message	"Not running in	X" if this  is
	      the case.

       disk_protect device
	      Disk  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. A block device label can be	specified with
	      label:foo	and a block device partuuid can	be specified with par-
	      tuuid:40000000-01.

       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 gra-
	      dient values change depending on the amplitude of	 a  particular
	      graph value (try it and see).

       diskiograph_read	 (device) (height),(width) (gradient colour 1) (gradi-
       ent 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) (gradi-
       ent 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 tempera-
	      ture gradient, which makes the gradient values change  depending
	      on the amplitude of a particular graph value (try	it and see).

       distribution
	      The  name	 of  the  distribution.	 It  could be that some	of the
	      untested distributions will show up wrong	or  as	"unknown",  if
	      that's the case post a bug on sourceforge, make sure it contains
	      the name of your distribution, the contents of /proc/version and
	      if  there	 is a file that	only exists on your distribution, also
	      add the path of that file	in the bug. If there is	no such	 file,
	      please add another way which we can use to identify your distri-
	      bution.

       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 par-
	      ticular graph value (try it and see).

       draft_mails (maildir) (interval)
	      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.

       else   Text to show if any of the above are not true.

       endif  Ends an $if block.

       entropy_avail
	      Current entropy available	for crypto freaks.

       entropy_bar (height),(width)
	      Normalized bar of	available entropy for crypto freaks.

       entropy_perc
	      Percentage of entropy available in comparison to the poolsize.

       entropy_poolsize
	      Total size of system entropy pool	for crypto freaks.

       eval string
	      Evaluates	given string according to the rules of conky.text  in-
	      terpretation,  i.e. parsing any contained	text object specifica-
	      tions into their output, any occuring '$$' into a	single '$' and
	      so on. The output	is then	being parsed again.

       exec command
	      Executes	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/C++ and posting a
	      patch.

       execbar (height),(width)	command
	      Same as exec, except if the first	value returned is a value  be-
	      tween  0-100,  it	will use that number to	draw a horizontal bar.
	      The height and width parameters are optional, and	default	to the
	      default_bar_height  and  default_bar_width  config settings, re-
	      spectively.

       execgauge (height),(width) command
	      Same as exec, except if the first	value returned is a value  be-
	      tween 0-100, it will use that number to draw a round gauge (much
	      like a vehicle speedometer). The height and width	parameters are
	      optional,	 and  default  to  the	default_gauge_height  and  de-
	      fault_gauge_width	config settings, respectively.

       execgraph command (height),(width) (gradient color 1)  (gradient	 color
       2) (scale) (-t) (-l)
	      Draws  a	horizontally  scrolling	 graph	with values from 0-100
	      plotted on the vertical axis. All	parameters following the  com-
	      mand are optional. Gradient colors can be	specified as hexadeci-
	      mal values with no 0x or # prefix. Use the -t switch to enable a
	      temperature gradient, so that small values are "cold" with color
	      1	and large values are  "hot"  with  color  2.  Without  the  -t
	      switch,  the  colors  produce a horizontal gradient spanning the
	      width of the graph. The scale parameter defines the maximum val-
	      ue  of  the  graph.   Use	 the -l	switch to enable a logarithmic
	      scale, which helps to see	small values.  The  default  size  for
	      graphs  can  be  controlled via the default_graph_height and de-
	      fault_graph_width	config settings.

	      If you need to execute a command with spaces, you	have a	couple
	      options:	1)  wrap your command in double-quotes,	or 2) put your
	      command into a separate file, such as ~/bin/myscript.sh, and use
	      that as your execgraph command. Remember to make your script ex-
	      ecutable!

	      In the following example,	we set up execgraph to display seconds
	      (0-59) on	a graph	that is	50px high and 200px wide, using	a tem-
	      perature gradient	with colors ranging from red for small	values
	      (FF0000)	to  yellow for large values (FFFF00). We set the scale
	      to 60.

	      ${execgraph ~/seconds.sh 50,200 FF0000 FFFF00 60 -t}

       execi interval command
	      Same as exec, but	with a specific	interval in seconds.  The  in-
	      terval can't be less than	the update_interval in your configura-
	      tion.  See also $texeci.

       execibar	interval (height),(width) command
	      Same as execbar, but with	an interval.

       execigauge interval (height),(width) command
	      Same as execgauge, but with an interval.

       execigraph interval command (height),(width) (gradient color 1) (gradi-
       ent color 2) (scale) (-t) (-l)
	      Same as execgraph, but with an interval.

       execp command
	      Executes	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/C++ and posting a
	      patch. This differs from $exec in	that it	parses the  output  of
	      the command, so you can insert things like ${color red}hi!${col-
	      or} 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.

       execpi interval command
	      Same  as	execp, but with	an interval. Note that the output from
	      the $execpi command is still parsed and evaluated	at  every  in-
	      terval.

       flagged_mails (maildir) (interval)
	      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 cur-
	      rent line	and everything following. You can use a	$font with  no
	      arguments	 to  change  back  to the default font (much like with
	      $color).

       fontN  Change font to fontN configuration option, where N  is  a	 digit
	      between 0	and 9, inclusively.

       format_time seconds format
	      Format  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  unit	 lower
	      than 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) (interval)
	      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.

       freq2 (n)
	      Returns  CPU  #n's  clock	 speed	from assembly in MHz. CPUs are
	      counted from 1. If omitted, the parameter	defaults to 1.

       fs_bar (height),(width) fs
	      Bar 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) fs
	      Bar  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.

       github_notifications
	      Number of	GitHub notifications.

       goto x The next element will be printed at position 'x'.

       gw_iface
	      Displays the default route's interface or	"multiple"/"none"  ac-
	      cordingly.

       gw_ip  Displays	the  default gateway's IP or "multiple"/"none" accord-
	      ingly.

       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  pa-
	      rameter  is given, the first disk	returned by the	hddtemp	daemon
	      is used.

       head logfile lines (next_check)
	      Displays first N lines  of  supplied  text  file.	 The  file  is
	      checked  every  'next_check'  update.  If	next_check is not sup-
	      plied, 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 can	be: 1)
	      Number. e.g '1' means hwmon1. 2)	Module	name.  e.g.  'k10temp'
	      means  the  first	hwmon device whose module name is 'k10temp. 3)
	      Omitted. Then the	first hwmon device (hwmon0) will be used.  Pa-
	      rameter  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  precalcula-
	      tion  of the raw input, which is being modified as follows: 'in-
	      put = input * factor + offset'. Note that	they have to be	 given
	      as decimal values	(i.e. contain at least one decimal place).

       iface (number)
	      Display interface	names starting from 1, eg ${iface 1}.

       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 tem-
	      perature.	 Parameter  n	is   number   of   the	 sensor.   See
	      /sys/bus/i2c/devices/ on your local computer. The	optional argu-
	      ments 'factor' and 'offset' allow	precalculation of the raw  in-
	      put, 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_status
	      If  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_bios
	      If running the i8k kernel	driver for Inspiron laptops,  displays
	      the bios version as listed in /proc/i8k.

       i8k_buttons_status
	      If  running the i8k kernel driver	for Inspiron laptops, displays
	      the volume buttons status	as listed in /proc/i8k.

       i8k_cpu_temp
	      If running the i8k kernel	driver for Inspiron laptops,  displays
	      the cpu temperature in Celsius, as reported by /proc/i8k.

       i8k_left_fan_rpm
	      If  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_status
	      If 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  re-
	      verse order.

       i8k_right_fan_rpm
	      If  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_status
	      If running the i8k kernel	driver for Inspiron laptops,  displays
	      the  right  fan status as	listed in /proc/i8k (translated	to hu-
	      man-readable). Beware, some laptops i8k reports  these  fans  in
	      reverse order.

       i8k_serial
	      If  running the i8k kernel driver	for Inspiron laptops, displays
	      your laptop serial number	as listed in /proc/i8k.

       i8k_version
	      If running the i8k kernel	driver for Inspiron laptops,  displays
	      the version formatting of	/proc/i8k.

       ibm_brightness
	      If running the IBM ACPI, displays	the brigtness of the laptops's
	      LCD (0-7).

       ibm_fan
	      If running the IBM ACPI, displays	the fan	speed.

       ibm_temps N
	      If 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_thinklight
	      If running the IBM ACPI, displays	 the  status  of  your	Think-
	      Lighttm. Value is	either 'on', 'off' or 'unknown'.

       ibm_volume
	      If  running  the	IBM  ACPI,  displays the "master" volume, con-
	      trolled by the volume keys (0-14).

       ical number file
	      Shows title of event number 'number' in the ical (RFC 5545) file
	      'file'.  The  events  are	first ordered by starting time,	events
	      that started in the past are ignored. The	events that are	 shown
	      are  the VEVENTS,	the title that is shown	is the SUMMARY and the
	      starting time used for sorting is	DTSTART.

       irc server(:port) #channel (max_msg_lines)
	      Shows everything that's being  told  in  #channel	 on  IRCserver
	      'server'.	TCP-port 6667 is used for the connection unless	'port'
	      is specified. Shows everything since the last time or  the  last
	      'max_msg_lines' entries if specified.

       iconv_start codeset_from	codeset_to
	      Convert text from	one codeset to another using GNU iconv.	 Needs
	      to be stopped with iconv_stop.

       iconv_stop
	      Stop iconv codeset conversion.

       if_empty	(var)
	      if conky variable	 VAR  is  empty,  display  everything  between
	      $if_empty	and the	matching $endif.

       if_existing file	(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_gw  if there is at least one default gateway,	display	everything be-
	      tween $if_gw and the matching $endif.

       if_match	expression
	      Evaluates	 the given boolean expression, printing	everything be-
	      tween $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:

	      doubleArgument consists of only digits and a single dot.
	      longArgument consists of only digits.
	      stringArgument 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_playing
	      if  mpd  is  playing  or	paused,	 display  everything   between
	      $if_mpd_playing and the matching $endif.

       if_pa_sink_muted
	      If  Pulseaudio's	default	 sink is muted,	display	everything be-
	      tween $if_pa_sink_muted and the corresponding $else or $endif.

       if_running (process)
	      If PROCESS is running, display  everything  between  $if_running
	      and  the corresponding $else or $endif. Note that	PROCESS	may be
	      either a full command line with arguments	(without the directory
	      prefix),	or  simply the name of an executable. For example, ei-
	      ther of the following will be true if there is a running process
	      with the command line /usr/bin/conky -u 5:

	      ${if_running conky -u 5}or ${if_running conky}

	      It  is  important	 not  to include trailing spaces. For example,
	      ${if_running conky }will be false.

       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	every-
	      thing between $if_updatenr and the matching $endif. The  counter
	      resets when the highest UPDATENR is reached. Example : "{$if_up-
	      datenr 1}foo$endif{$if_updatenr 2}bar$endif{$if_updatenr	4}$en-
	      dif"  shows  foo 25% of the time followed	by bar 25% of the time
	      followed by nothing the other half of the	time.

       if_xmms2_connected
	      Display 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  im-
	      age.  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 flush interval for a particular image. Example:
	      ${image /home/brenden/cheeseburger.jpg -p	20,20 -s 200x200} will
	      render  'cheeseburger.jpg'  at (20,20) scaled to 200x200 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
	      conky.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 de-
	      fault.  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 'com-
	      mand'] [-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 'com-
	      mand'] [-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.

       ioscheduler disk
	      Prints the current ioscheduler used  for	the  given  disk  name
	      (i.e. e.g. "hda" or "sdb").

       journal lines (type)
	      Displays	last N lines of	the systemd journal. The optional type
	      can be 'user' or 'system'	which will show	only the user or  sys-
	      tem  journal respectively. By default, all journal lines visible
	      to the user are shown. A maximum of 200 lines can	be  displayed,
	      or until the text	buffer is filled.

       kernel Kernel version.

       key_caps_lock
	      An indicator for Capital Lock key.

       key_num_lock
	      An indicator for Number Lock key.

       key_scroll_lock
	      An indicator for Scrolling Lock key.

       keyboard_layout
	      Display keyboard layout.

       version
	      Git version number. DragonFly only.

       laptop_mode
	      The value	of /proc/sys/vm/laptop_mode.

       lines textfile
	      Displays 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 min-
	      utes 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 num-
	      bers) when you use the -l	switch.	Takes the switch '-t' to use a
	      temperature gradient, which makes	the gradient values change de-
	      pending on the amplitude of a particular graph value (try	it and
	      see).

       lua function_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 acci-
	      dental 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 al-
	      so  '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 your-
	      self.

       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 al-
	      so '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	 your-
	      self.

       lua_graph  function_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  particu-
	      lar  graph  value	(try it	and see). Conky	puts 'conky_' in front
	      of function_name to prevent accidental calls to the wrong	 func-
	      tion unless you put you place 'conky_' in	front of it yourself.

       lua_parse function_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  the
	      conky.text  section. See also 'lua_load' on how to load scripts.
	      Conky puts 'conky_' in front of function_name to	prevent	 acci-
	      dental  calls  to	 the  wrong  function unless you put you place
	      'conky_' in front	of it yourself.

       machine
	      Machine, e.g. i686, x86_64.

       mails (mailbox) (interval)
	      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) mbox
	      Print a summary of recent	messages in an	mbox  format  mailbox.
	      mbox  parameter  is the filename of the mailbox (can be encapsu-
	      lated using '"', ie. ${mboxscan -n 10 "/home/brenden/some	box"}

       mem    Amount of	memory in use.

       memwithbuffers
	      Amount of	memory in use, including that used by  system  buffers
	      and caches.

       membar (height),(width)
	      Bar that shows amount of memory in use.

       memwithbuffersbar (height),(width)
	      Bar that shows amount of memory in use (including	memory used by
	      system buffers and caches).

       memwithbuffersgraph  (height),(width)  (gradient	 colour	 1)  (gradient
       colour 2) (scale) (-t) (-l)
	      Memory  usage  graph including memory used by system buffers and
	      cache. 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).

       memdirty
	      Amount of	"dirty"	memory.	Linux only.

       memeasyfree
	      Amount  of  free memory including	the memory that	is very	easily
	      freed (buffers/cache).

       memfree
	      Amount 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 num-
	      bers) when you use the -l	switch.	Takes the switch '-t' to use a
	      temperature gradient, which makes	the gradient values change de-
	      pending on the amplitude of a particular graph value (try	it and
	      see).

       memmax Total amount of memory.

       memperc
	      Percentage 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",	"Digi-
	      tal2",  "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_album
	      Album of the current MOC song.

       moc_artist
	      Artist of	the current MOC	song.

       moc_bitrate
	      Bitrate in the current MOC song.

       moc_curtime
	      Current time of the current MOC song.

       moc_file
	      File name	of the current MOC song.

       moc_rate
	      Rate of the current MOC song.

       moc_song
	      The current song name being played in MOC.

       moc_state
	      Current state of MOC; playing, stopped etc.

       moc_timeleft
	      Time left	in the current MOC song.

       moc_title
	      Title of the current MOC song.

       moc_totaltime
	      Total length of the current MOC song.

       monitor
	      Number  of  the monitor on which conky is	running	or the message
	      "Not running in X" if this is the	case.

       monitor_number
	      Number of	monitors or the	message	"Not running in	X" if this  is
	      the case.

       mouse_speed
	      Display mouse speed.

       mpd_album
	      Album in current MPD song.

       mpd_artist
	      Artist in	current	MPD song must be enabled at compile.

       mpd_albumartist
	      Artist of	the album of the current MPD song.

       mpd_bar (height),(width)
	      Bar of mpd's progress.

       mpd_bitrate
	      Bitrate of current song.

       mpd_date
	      Date of current song.

       mpd_elapsed
	      Song's elapsed time.

       mpd_file
	      Prints the file name of the current MPD song.

       mpd_length
	      Song's length.

       mpd_name
	      Prints the MPD name field.

       mpd_percent
	      Percent of song's	progress.

       mpd_random
	      Random status (On/Off).

       mpd_repeat
	      Repeat 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_status
	      Playing, stopped,	et cetera.

       mpd_title (max length)
	      Title of current MPD song.

       mpd_comment (max	length)
	      Comment of current MPD song.

       mpd_track
	      Prints the MPD track field.

       mpd_vol
	      MPD's volume.

       mysql query
	      Shows the	first field of the first row  of  the  result  of  the
	      query.

       nameserver (index)
	      Print  a	nameserver  from /etc/resolv.conf. Index starts	at and
	      defaults to 0.

       new_mails (mailbox) (interval)
	      Unread mail count	in the specified mailbox or mail spool if not.
	      Both mbox	and maildir type mailboxes are supported.

       nodename
	      Hostname.

       nodename_short
	      Short hostname (same as 'hostname	-s' shell command).

       no_update text
	      Shows  text  and parses the vars in it, but doesn't update them.
	      Use this for things that do not change while conky  is  running,
	      like  $machine,  $conky_version,... By not updating this you can
	      save some	resources.

       nvidia argument (GPU_ID)
	      Nvidia graphics card information via the XNVCtrl library.

	      GPU_ID:Optional parameter	to  choose  the	 GPU  to  be  used  as
	      0,1,2,3,.. Default parameter is 0

	      Possible arguments:(Temperatures are printed as float, all other
	      values as	integer. Bracketed arguments are aliases)

	      gputemp( temp) GPU temperature
	      gputempthreshold(	threshold) Temperature threshold where the GPU
	      will reduce it's clock speed
	      ambienttemp(  ambient)  Ambient temperature outside the graphics
	      card
	      gpufreqcur( gpufreq) Current GPU clock speed
	      gpufreqmin Minimum GPU clock speed
	      gpufreqmax Maximum GPU clock speed
	      memfreqcur( memfreq) Current memory clock	speed
	      memfreqmin Minimum memory	clock speed
	      memfreqmax Maximum memory	clock speed
	      mtrfreqcur( mtrfreq) Current memory transfer rate	clock speed
	      mtrfreqmin Minimum memory	transfer rate clock speed
	      mtrfreqmax Maximum memory	transfer rate clock speed
	      perflevelcur( perflevel) Current performance level
	      perflevelmin Lowest performance level
	      perflevelmax Highest performance level
	      perfmode Performance mode
	      gpuutil GPU utilization %
	      membwutil	Memory bandwidth utilization %
	      videoutil	Video engine utilization %
	      pcieutil PCIe bandwidth utilization %
	      memused( mem) Amount of used memory
	      memfree( memavail) Amount	of free	memory
	      memmax( memtotal)	Total amount of	memory
	      memutil( memperc)	Memory utilization %
	      fanspeed Fan speed
	      fanlevel Fan level %
	      imagequality Image quality
	      modelname	name of	the GPU	card
	      driverversion Driver version

       nvidiabar (height),(width) argument (GPU_ID)
	      Same as nvidia, except it	draws its output in a horizontal  bar.
	      The height and width parameters are optional, and	default	to the
	      default_bar_height and default_bar_width	config	settings,  re-
	      spectively.

	      GPU_ID:Optional  parameter  to  choose  the  GPU	to  be used as
	      0,1,2,3,.. Default parameter is 0

	      Note the following arguments are incompatible: gputempthreshold(
	      threshold)
	      gpufreqmin
	      gpufreqmax
	      memfreqmin
	      memfreqmax
	      mtrfreqmin
	      mtrfreqmax
	      perflevelmin
	      perflevelmax
	      perfmode
	      memtotal(	memmax)
	      fanspeed

       nvidiagauge (height),(width) argument (GPU_ID)
	      Same  as	nvidiabar,  except  a round gauge (much	like a vehicle
	      speedometer). The	height and width parameters are	optional,  and
	      default to the default_gauge_height and default_gauge_width con-
	      fig settings, respectively.

	      GPU_ID:Optional parameter	to  choose  the	 GPU  to  be  used  as
	      0,1,2,3,.. Default parameter is 0

	      For possible arguments see nvidia	and nvidiabar.

       nvidiagraph argument (height),(width) (gradient color 1)	(gradient col-
       or 2) (scale) (-t) (-l) GPU_ID
	      Same as nvidiabar, except	a horizontally	scrolling  graph  with
	      values  from  0-100 plotted on the vertical axis.	The height and
	      width  parameters	 are  optional,	 and  default	to   the   de-
	      fault_graph_height  and default_graph_width config settings, re-
	      spectively.

	      GPU_ID:NOT optional. This	parameter allows to choose the GPU  to
	      be used as 0,1,2,3,..

	      For  possible  arguments see nvidia and nvidiabar. To learn more
	      about the	-t -l and gradient color options, see execgraph.

       offset (pixels)
	      Move text	over by	N pixels. See also $voffset.

       outlinecolor (color)
	      Change outline color.

       password	(length)
	      Generate random passwords.

       pa_sink_volume
	      Pulseaudio's default sink	volume percentage.

       pa_sink_volumebar
	      Pulseaudio's default sink	volume bar.

       pa_sink_description
	      Pulseaudio's default sink	description.

       pa_sink_active_port_name
	      Pulseaudio's default sink	active port name.

       pa_sink_active_port_description
	      Pulseaudio's default sink	active port description.

       pa_card_name
	      Pulseaudio's default card	name.

       pa_card_active_profile
	      Pulseaudio's default card	active profile.

       pb_battery item
	      If running on Apple powerbook/ibook, display information on bat-
	      tery  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,  discharg-
	      ing 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_chroot pid
	      Directory	used as	rootdirectory by the process (this will	be "/"
	      unless the process did a chroot syscall).

       pid_cmdline pid
	      Command line this	process	was invoked with.

       pid_cwd pid
	      Current working directory	of the process.

       pid_environ pid varname
	      Contents of a environment-var of the process.

       pid_environ_list	pid
	      List of environment-vars that the	process	can see.

       pid_exe pid
	      Path to executed command that started the	process.

       pid_nice	pid
	      The nice value of	the process.

       pid_openfiles pid
	      List of files that the process has open.

       pid_parent pid
	      The pid of the parent of the process.

       pid_priority pid
	      The priority of the process (see 'priority' in "man 5 proc").

       pid_read	pid
	      Total number of bytes read by the	process.

       pid_state pid
	      State of the process.

       pid_state_short pid
	      One  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_stderr pid
	      Filedescriptor binded to the STDERR of the process.

       pid_stdin pid
	      Filedescriptor binded to the STDIN of the	process.

       pid_stdout pid
	      Filedescriptor binded to the STDOUT of the process.

       pid_threads pid
	      Number of	threads	in process containing this thread.

       pid_thread_list pid
	      List with	pid's from threads from	this process.

       pid_time_kernelmode pid
	      Amount of	time that the process has  been	 scheduled  in	kernel
	      mode in seconds.

       pid_time_usermode pid
	      Amount  of time that the process has been	scheduled in user mode
	      in seconds.

       pid_time	pid
	      Sum of $pid_time_kernelmode and $pid_time_usermode.

       pid_uid pid
	      The real uid of the process.

       pid_euid	pid
	      The effective uid	of the process.

       pid_suid	pid
	      The saved	set uid	of the process.

       pid_fsuid pid
	      The file system uid of the process.

       pid_gid pid
	      The real gid of the process.

       pid_egid	pid
	      The effective gid	of the process.

       pid_sgid	pid
	      The saved	set gid	of the process.

       pid_fsgid pid
	      The file system gid of the process.

       pid_vmpeak pid
	      Peak virtual memory size of the process.

       pid_vmsize pid
	      Virtual memory size of the process.

       pid_vmlck pid
	      Locked memory size of the	process.

       pid_vmhwm pid
	      Peak resident set	size ("high water mark") of the	process.

       pid_vmrss pid
	      Resident set size	of the process.

       pid_vmdata pid
	      Data segment size	of the process.

       pid_vmstk pid
	      Stack segment size of the	process.

       pid_vmexe pid
	      Text segment size	of the process.

       pid_vmlib pid
	      Shared library code size of the process.

       pid_vmpte pid
	      Page table entries size of the process.

       pid_write pid
	      Total 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	* fac-
	      tor + 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 re-
	      tries]". 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	 'com-
	      mand'] [-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.

       processes
	      Total processes (sleeping	and running).

       read_tcp	(host) port
	      Connects to a tcp	port on	a host (default	is  localhost),	 reads
	      every char available at the moment and shows them.

       read_udp	(host) port
	      Connects	to  a udp port on a host (default is localhost), reads
	      every char available at the moment and shows them.

       replied_mails (maildir) (interval)
	      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.

       rss uri interval_in_seconds action (num_par (spaces_in_front))
	      Download and parse RSS feeds. The	interval may  be  a  (floating
	      point) value greater than	0. 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 ex-
	      plicitly destroyed. One thread will run for each URI  specified.
	      You can use any protocol that Curl supports.

       running_processes
	      Running processes	(not sleeping).	Requires Linux 2.6.

       running_threads
	      Number of	running	(runnable) threads. Linux only.

       scroll (direction) length (step)	(interval) text
	      Scroll  'text'  by  'step'  characters to	the left or right (set
	      'direction' to 'left' or 'right'	or  'wait')  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.
	      'direction'  is  optional	 and defaults to left if not set. When
	      direction	is 'wait' then text will scroll	left and wait for 'in-
	      terval'  itertations  at the beginning and end of	the text. 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 unless  direction
	      is 'wait'.

       seen_mails (maildir) (interval)
	      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.

       sip_status (switch)
	      Prints  info regarding System Integrity Protection (SIP) on mac-
	      OS. If no	switch is provided, prints SIP status (enabled /  dis-
	      abled),  else,  status of	the specific SIP feature corresponding
	      to the switch provided. Below are	shown the available  switches:
	      SWITCH--------------------------RE-
	      SULT--------------------------STATUS 0 apple internal  YES/NO  1
	      forbid untrusted kexts YES/NO 2 forbid task-for-pid YES/NO 3 re-
	      strict filesystem	YES/NO 4 forbid	kernel-debugger	YES/NO	5  re-
	      strict  dtrace  YES/NO  6	restrict nvram YES/NO 7	forbid device-
	      configuration YES/NO 8 forbid any-recovery-os  YES/NO  9	forbid
	      user-approved-kexts YES/NO a uses	unsupported configuration? (*)
	      (*): If yes, prints "unsupported configuration,  beware!"	 Else,
	      prints		 "configuration		    is		  ok".
	      ----------------------------------------------------------------------
	      USAGE:  conky  -t	 '${sip_status}'  #  print SIP status conky -t
	      '${sip_status 0}'	# print	 allows	 apple-internal?  Yes  or  No?
	      NOTES:  *	 Available for all macOS versions (even	the ones prior
	      El Capitan where SIP was first introduced) * If run on  versions
	      prior El Capitan SIP is unavailable, so all you will get is "un-
	      supported".

       shadecolor (color)
	      Change shading color.

       smapi (ARGS)
	      when using smapi,	display	 contents  of  the  /sys/devices/plat-
	      form/smapi directory.  ARGS are either '(FILENAME)' or 'bat (IN-
	      DEX) (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  be-
	      cause it supports	the 'use_spacer' configuration option.

       smapi_bat_power INDEX
	      when  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	(nega-
	      tive) state.

       smapi_bat_temp INDEX
	      when 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 mil-
	      li degree	Celsius.

       sony_fanspeed
	      Displays the Sony	VAIO fanspeed information if sony-laptop  ker-
	      nel support is enabled. Linux only.

       startcase text
	      Capitalises the start of each word.

       lowercase text
	      Converts all letters into	lowercase.

       uppercase text
	      Converts all letters into	uppercase.

       rstrip text
	      Strips all trailing whitespace from input.

       stippled_hr (space)
	      Stippled (dashed)	horizontal line.

       stock symbol data
	      Displays	the data of a stock symbol. The	following data is sup-
	      ported: adv(Average Daily	Volume), ask, asksize, bid,  askrt(ask
	      realtime), bidrt(bid realtime), bookvalue, bidsize, change, com-
	      mission, changert(change realtime), ahcrt(After Hours Change re-
	      altime),	ds(dividend/share),  ltd(Last  Trade Date), tradedate,
	      es(earnings/share), ei(error  indication),  epsecy(EPS  Estimate
	      Current  Year), epseny(EPS Estimate Next Year), epsenq(EPS Esti-
	      mate Next	Quarter), floatshares, dayslow,	 dayshigh,  52weeklow,
	      52weekhigh,  hgp(Holdings	 Gain  Percent),  ag(Annualized	Gain),
	      hg(Holdings  Gain),  hgprt(Holdings  Gain	  Percent   realtime),
	      hgrt(Holdings  Gain  realtime),  moreinfo, obrt(Order Book real-
	      time), mc(Market	Capitalization),  mcrt(Market  Cap  realtime),
	      ebitda,	c52wlow(Change	From  52-week  Low),  pc52wlow(Percent
	      Change  From  52-week  Low),  cprt(change	  percent   realtime),
	      lts(Last	 Trade	Size),	c52whigh(Change	 from  52-week	high),
	      pc52whigh(percent	change	from  52-week  high),  ltp(last	 trade
	      price),  hl(high	limit),	 ll(low	 limit),  dr(day's range), dr-
	      rt(day's	 range	 realtime),   50ma(50-day   Moving   Average),
	      200ma(200-day Moving Average), c200ma(Change From	200-day	Moving
	      Average),	pc200ma(Percent	Change From 200-day  Moving  Average),
	      c50ma(Change  From 50-day	Moving Average), pc50ma(Percent	Change
	      From 50-day Moving  Average),  name,  notes,  open,  pc(previous
	      close),  pricepaid,  cip(change  in  percent),  ps(price/sales),
	      pb(price/book), edv(Ex-Dividend Date), per(P/E Ratio), dpd(Divi-
	      dend  Pay	 Date),	 perrt(P/E  Ratio  realtime), pegr(PEG Ratio),
	      pepsecy(Price/EPS	Estimate Current Year),	pepseny(Price/EPS  Es-
	      timate  Next  Year),  symbol,  sharesowned, shortratio, ltt(Last
	      Trade Time), tradelinks,	tt(Ticker  Trend),  1ytp(1  yr	Target
	      Price),  volume,	hv(Holdings  Value), hvrt(Holdings Value real-
	      time), 52weekrange, dvc(Day's Value Change),  dvcrt(Day's	 Value
	      Change realtime),	se(Stock Exchange), dy(Dividend	Yield).

       swap   Amount of	swap in	use.

       swapbar (height),(width)
	      Bar that shows amount of swap in use.

       swapfree
	      Amount of	free swap.

       swapmax
	      Total amount of swap.

       swapperc
	      Percentage of swap in use.

       sysname
	      System name, e.g.	Linux.

       sysctlbyname (name)
	      Print sysctl value by name. FreeBSD only.

       tab (width, (start))
	      Puts a tab of the	specified width, starting from column 'start'.
	      The unit is pixels for both arguments.

       tail logfile 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_ping	host (port)
	      Displays the number of microseconds it takes to get a reply on a
	      ping to to tcp 'port' on 'host'. 'port' is optional and  has  80
	      as  default. This	works on both open and closed ports, just make
	      sure that	the port is not	behind a  firewall  or	you  will  get
	      'down' as	answer.	 It's best to test a closed port instead of an
	      open port, you will get a	quicker	response.

       tcp_portmon port_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 range
	      rip Remote ip address
	      rhost Remote host	name
	      rport Remote port	number
	      rservice Remote service name from	/etc/services
	      lip Local	ip address
	      lhost Local host name
	      lport Local port number
	      lservice Local service name from /etc/services

	      The connection index provides you	with access to each connection
	      in the port monitor. The monitor will return information for in-
	      dex 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 connec-
	      tions 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 ports

	      Note that	port monitor variables which share the same port range
	      actually refer to	the same monitor, so many references to	a sin-
	      gle 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)	(arg2) (arg3 ...)
	      Evaluate	the  content  of  the templateN	configuration variable
	      (where N is a value between 0 and	9, inclusively), applying sub-
	      stitutions  as described in the documentation of the correspond-
	      ing 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	possi-
	      ble this way.

	      Here  are	 some  examples	of template definitions, note they are
	      placed between [[	... ]] instead of ' ...	':

	      template0	= [[$\1\2]]
	      template1	= [[\1:	${fs_used \2} /	${fs_size \2}]]
	      template2	= [[\1 \2]]

	      The 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: ${fs_free	/}  /
	      disk\ root} /}		   ${fs_size /}

       texeci interval command
	      Runs  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	updat-
	      ing. You should make the interval	slightly longer	than 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  in-
	      terval  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.

       texecpi interval	command
	      Same as execpi, except the command is run	inside a thread.

       threads
	      Total threads.

       time (format)
	      Local time, see "man strftime" to	 get  more  information	 about
	      format.

       to_bytes	size
	      If   'size'   is	 a  number  followed  by  a  size-unit	(kilo-
	      byte,mb,GiB,...) then it converts	the size to bytes and shows it
	      without unit, otherwise it just shows 'size'.

       top type	num
	      This  takes arguments in the form:top (name) (number) Basically,
	      processes	are ranked from	highest	to lowest in terms of cpu  us-
	      age,  which  is  what  (num)  represents.	The types are: "name",
	      "pid", "cpu", "mem", "mem_res", "mem_vsize", "time", "uid", "us-
	      er",  "io_perc", "io_read" and "io_write". There can be a	max of
	      10 processes listed.

       top_io type num
	      Same as top, except sorted by the	amount of I/O the process  has
	      done during the update interval.

       top_mem type num
	      Same as top, except sorted by mem	usage instead of cpu.

       top_time	type num
	      Same  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 al-
	      ready done that before conky has started.

       totalup (net)
	      Total upload, this one too, may overflow.

       trashed_mails (maildir) (interval)
	      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_name	gid
	      Name of group with this gid.

       uid_name	uid
	      Username of user with this uid.

       unflagged_mails (maildir) (interval)
	      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) (interval)
	      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) (interval)
	      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) (interval)
	      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.

       updates Number of updates
	      for 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	ampli-
	      tude of a	particular graph value (try it and see).

       uptime Uptime.

       uptime_short
	      Uptime in	a shorter format.

       user_names
	      Lists the	names of the users logged in.

       user_number
	      Number of	users logged in.

       user_terms
	      Lists the	consoles in use.

       user_times
	      Lists how	long users have	been logged in for.

       user_time console
	      Lists how	long the user for the given console has	been logged in
	      for.

       utime (format)
	      Display time in UTC (universal coordinate	time).

       v6addrs (-n) (-s) (interface)
	      IPv6 addresses for an interface, followed	by netmask  if	-n  is
	      specified	 and  scope  with  -s.	Scopes are Global(G), Host-lo-
	      cal(H), Link-local(L),  Site-local(S),  Compat(C)	 and  Unspeci-
	      fied(/). Linux only.

       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 omit-
	      ted, the parameter defaults to 1.

       weather URI locID data_type (interval_in_minutes)
	      Download,	parse and display METAR	data.

	      'URI' must be a valid METAR URI.

	      http://tgftp.nws.noaa.gov/data/observations/metar/stations/

	      'locID' must be a	valid location	identifier  for	 the  required
	      uri.  For	 the  NOAA site	this must be a valid ICAO (see for in-
	      stance  https://pilotweb.nas.faa.gov/qryhtml/icao/).   For   the
	      weather.com  site	 this must be a	valid location ID (see for in-
	      stance 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  de-
	      pends 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 set-
	      ting to change units)
	      cloud_cover

	      The highest cloud	cover status
	      pressure

	      Air pressure in millibar
	      wind_speed

	      Wind speed in km/h
	      wind_dir

	      Wind direction
	      wind_dir_DEG

	      Compass wind direction
	      humidity

	      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 ag-
	      gregated into the	cloud_cover one
	      icon

	      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	speci-
	      fied.

	      Note that	these variables	are still EXPERIMENTAL and can be sub-
	      ject to many future changes.

       weather_forecast	URI locID day data_type	(interval_in_minutes)
	      Download,	 parse	and  display weather forecast data for a given
	      day (daytime only).

	      '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 week
	      date Date, in the	form MMM DD (ie. Jul 14)
	      low Minimun temperature (you can use the 'temperature_unit' con-
	      fig setting to change units)
	      hi  Maximum temperature (you can use the 'temperature_unit' con-
	      fig setting to change units)
	      icon Weather icon. Can be	used together with the icon  kit  pro-
	      vided upon registering to	the weather.com	service
	      forecast Weather forecast	(sunny,	rainy, etc.)
	      wind_speed Wind speed in km/h
	      wind_dir Wind direction
	      wind_dir_DEG Compass wind	direction
	      humidity 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	speci-
	      fied. You	can use	any protocol that Curl supports.

	      Note that	these variables	are still EXPERIMENTAL and can be sub-
	      ject 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_channel	(net)
	      WLAN channel on which device 'net' is listening.

       wireless_essid (net)
	      Wireless access point ESSID. Linux only.

       wireless_freq (net)
	      Frequency	on which device	'net' is listening.

       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.

       words textfile
	      Displays the number of words in the given	file.

       xmms2_album
	      Album in current XMMS2 song.

       xmms2_artist
	      Artist in	current	XMMS2 song.

       xmms2_bar (height),(width)
	      Bar of XMMS2's progress.

       xmms2_bitrate
	      Bitrate of current song.

       xmms2_comment
	      Comment in current XMMS2 song.

       xmms2_date
	      Returns song's date.

       xmms2_duration
	      Duration of current song.

       xmms2_elapsed
	      Song's elapsed time.

       xmms2_genre
	      Genre in current XMMS2 song.

       xmms2_id
	      XMMS2 id of current song.

       xmms2_percent
	      Percent of song's	progress.

       xmms2_playlist
	      Returns the XMMS2	playlist.

       xmms2_size
	      Size of current song.

       xmms2_smart
	      Prints the song name in either the form "artist -	title" or file
	      name, depending on whats available.

       xmms2_status
	      XMMS2 status (Playing, Paused, Stopped, or Disconnected).

       xmms2_timesplayed
	      Number of	times a	song was played	(presumably).

       xmms2_title
	      Title in current XMMS2 song.

       xmms2_tracknr
	      Track number in current XMMS2 song.

       xmms2_url
	      Full path	to current song.

LUA API
       Conky features a	Lua Programming	API, and also ships with Lua  bindings
       for  some  useful  libraries.  Note  that the bindings require tolua++,
       which currently only compiles against Lua 5.1.

       To use Lua Conky, you first need	to make	sure you  have	a  version  of
       Conky  with  Lua	support	enabled	(``conky -v'' will report this). Conky
       defines certain global functions	and variables which  can  be  accessed
       from  Lua code running in Conky.	Scripts	must first be loaded using the
       lua_load	configuration option. You  then	 call  functions  in  Lua  via
       Conky's $lua, $lua_read,	and Lua	hooks.

       Be  careful  when  creating  threaded  objects through the Lua API. You
       could wind up with a whole bunch	of threads running if a	thread is cre-
       ated with each iteration.

       At  this	 time,	the  Lua  API  should not be considered	stable and may
       change drastically from one release to another as it matures.

       NOTE: In	order to accommodate certain features in the  cairo  library's
       API,  Conky  will export	a few additional functions for the creation of
       certain structures. These are documented	below.

       conky_parse(string) function
	      This function takes a string that	is evaluated  as  per  Conky's
	      TEXT section, and	then returns a string with the result.

       conky_set_update_interval(number) function
	      Sets Conky's update interval (in seconds)	to 'number'.

       conky_window table
	      This  table contains some	information about Conky's window.  The
	      following	table describes	the values contained:

	      drawable Window's	drawable (Xlib Drawable), requires Lua	extras
	      enabled at compile time.
	      visual  Window's	visual	(Xlib Visual), requires	Lua extras en-
	      abled at compile time.
	      display Window's display (Xlib Display), requires	Lua extras en-
	      abled at compile time.
	      width Window width (in pixels).
	      height Window height (in pixels).
	      border_inner_margin Window's inner border	margin (in pixels).
	      border_outer_margin Window's outer border	margin (in pixels).
	      border_width Window's border width (in pixels).
	      text_start_x  The	x component of the starting coordinate of text
	      drawing.
	      text_start_y The y component of the starting coordinate of  text
	      drawing.
	      text_width The width of the text drawing region.
	      text_height The height of	the text drawing region.

	      NOTE: This table is only defined when X support is enabled.

       conky_info table
	      This  table contains some	information about Conky's internal da-
	      ta. The following	table describes	the values contained:

	      update_interval Conky's update interval (in seconds).

       conky_build_info	string
	      A	string containing the build info for this particular  instance
	      of Conky,	including the version, build date, and architecture.

       conky_build_date	string
	      A	 string	containing the build date for this particular instance
	      of Conky.

       conky_build_arch	string
	      A	string containing the build architecture for  this  particular
	      instance of Conky.

       conky_version string
	      A	 string	 containing  the  version  of  the current instance of
	      Conky.

       conky_config string
	      A	string containing the path of the current Conky	 configuration
	      file.

       cairo_text_extents_t:create() function
	      Call  this  function to return a new cairo_text_extents_t	struc-
	      ture. A creation function	for this structure is not provided  by
	      the cairo	API. After calling this, you should use	tolua.takeown-
	      ership() on the return value to ensure ownership is passed prop-
	      erly.

       cairo_font_extents_t:create() function
	      Call  this  function to return a new cairo_font_extents_t	struc-
	      ture. A creation function	for this structure is not provided  by
	      the cairo	API. After calling this, you should use	tolua.takeown-
	      ership() on the return value to ensure ownership is passed prop-
	      erly.

       cairo_matrix_t:create() function
	      Call  this function to return a new cairo_matrix_t structure.  A
	      creation function	for this structure  is	not  provided  by  the
	      cairo  API.  After calling this, you should use tolua.takeowner-
	      ship() on	the return value to ensure ownership is	passed proper-
	      ly.

       cairo_text_extents_t:destroy(structure) function
	      Call  this  function  to free memory allocated by	cairo_text_ex-
	      tents_t:create.

       cairo_font_extents_t:destroy(structure) function
	      Call this	function to free memory	 allocated  by	cairo_font_ex-
	      tents_t:create.

       cairo_matrix_t:destroy(structure) function
	      Call  this  function  to	free  memory  allocated	 by  cairo_ma-
	      trix_t:create.

EXAMPLES
       conky -t	'${time	%D %H:%M}' -o -u 30
	      Start Conky in its own window with date and clock	as text	and 30
	      sec update interval.

       conky -a	top_left -x 5 -y 500 -d
	      Start Conky to background	at coordinates (5, 500).

       conky -C	> ~/.config/conky/conky.conf
	      Do  not start Conky, but have it output the builtin default con-
	      fig file to ~/.config/conky/conky.conf for later customising.

FILES
       ${sysconfdir}/conky/conky.conf
	      Default	system-wide   configuration   file.   The   value   of
	      ${sysconfdir}  depends  on the compile-time options (most	likely
	      /etc).

       ~/.config/conky/conky.conf
	      Default personal configuration file.

BUGS
       Drawing to root or some other desktop window directly doesn't work with
       all window managers. Especially doesn't work well with Gnome and	it has
       been reported that it doesn't work with KDE either.   Nautilus  can  be
       disabled	 from  drawing	to  desktop with program gconf-editor. Uncheck
       show_desktop in /apps/nautilus/preferences/.  There  is	-w  switch  in
       Conky  to  set  some  specific window id. You might find	xwininfo -tree
       useful to find the window to draw to. You  can  also  use  -o  argument
       which makes Conky to create its own window. If you do try running Conky
       in its own window, be sure to read up on	the  own_window_type  settings
       and experiment.

SEE ALSO
       https://github.com/brndnmtthws/conky

       #conky on irc.freenode.net

COPYING
       Copyright  (c)  2005-2019 Brenden Matthews, Philip Kovacs, et. al.  Any
       original	torsmo code is licensed	under the BSD license (see LICENSE.BSD
       for  a copy). All code written since the	fork of	torsmo is licensed un-
       der the GPL (see	LICENSE.GPL for	a copy), except	where noted different-
       ly  (such  as  in  portmon  and audacious code which are	LGPL, and prss
       which is	an MIT-style license).

AUTHORS
       The Conky dev team (see AUTHORS for a full list of contributors).

				  2012-05-03			      conky(1)

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