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Example for Danish Radio’s Jazz station: I thought I’d share my simple templating technique with sed and bash I use to generate gnuplots.

"Gimp" -- manage Hook default Config , layout Hook = avoid Struts $ layout Hook default Config , workspaces = my Workspaces , log Hook = dynamic Log With PP xmobar PP , mod Mask = mod1Mask -- Rebind Mod to the Windows key } `additional Keys` [ ((mod1Mask, x K_f), spawn "firefox") , ((mod1Mask, x K_Print), spawn "/home/regj/bin/scrotter") , ((mod1Mask, x K_Return), spawn "urxvt") ] Config { font = "xft: Dina:pixelsize=13" , bg Color = "black" , fg Color = "grey" , position = Top W L 100 , lower On Start = True , commands = [ Run Cpu ["-L","3","-H","50","--normal","green","--high","red"] 10 , Run Memory ["-t","Mem: # Server access control # After installation, the last line - : ALL : ALL must be uncommented, # which will deny access to root./bin/bash plottpl='plotconn.plot' plotwrk='plotwrk.plot' dstart=

Example for Danish Radio’s Jazz station: I thought I’d share my simple templating technique with sed and bash I use to generate gnuplots.

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Example for Danish Radio’s Jazz station: I thought I’d share my simple templating technique with sed and bash I use to generate gnuplots.

"Gimp" -- manage Hook default Config , layout Hook = avoid Struts $ layout Hook default Config , workspaces = my Workspaces , log Hook = dynamic Log With PP xmobar PP , mod Mask = mod1Mask -- Rebind Mod to the Windows key } `additional Keys` [ ((mod1Mask, x K_f), spawn "firefox") , ((mod1Mask, x K_Print), spawn "/home/regj/bin/scrotter") , ((mod1Mask, x K_Return), spawn "urxvt") ] Config { font = "xft: Dina:pixelsize=13" , bg Color = "black" , fg Color = "grey" , position = Top W L 100 , lower On Start = True , commands = [ Run Cpu ["-L","3","-H","50","--normal","green","--high","red"] 10 , Run Memory ["-t","Mem: # Server access control # After installation, the last line - : ALL : ALL must be uncommented, # which will deny access to root./bin/bash plottpl='plotconn.plot' plotwrk='plotwrk.plot' dstart=$1 dend=$2 int=$3 date=$(echo $dend | awk '') sed 's/DSTART/'"$dstart"'/g; s/DEND/'"$dend"'/g; s/INT/'"$int"'/g; s/DATE/'"$date"'/g' $plottpl # Change Log script v.

dend= int= date=$(echo $dend | awk '') sed 's/DSTART/'"$dstart"'/g; s/DEND/'"$dend"'/g; s/INT/'"$int"'/g; s/DATE/'"$date"'/g' $plottpl # Change Log script v.

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The above version is a slightly modified version of a script found here: NOTICE!! On the other hand, I could use Gnome's Panels, which provided me with the nice applets, but even with the extended information hooks, Gnome's desktop management applet tended to fall flat with multiple monitors.In order to resolve my problems, I decided to build a simple Gnome applet that would display the same information that xmobar was displaying, but do it directly on the gnome panel.After migrating my Arch based media center to systemd, my IR mceusb remote stopped working with lircd.

I needed to do the following steps in order to make it function again.

This guide may be outdated, please check if your distro has a suitable lircd.service already.

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