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Old 28th February 2010, 09:53 PM
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Conky and Nvidia Temps

Hey folks, I just installed Conky on Fedora 12x64 and updated my conkyrc file since switching from Ubuntu.

I got lm_sensors and hddtemp in and working. I cannot get nvidia temps working.

My conky file, in regards to the temps:

${color #FFFFFF}GPU:${goto 79}${color #FF0000}${nvidia temp}°C
I have the drivers installed and blacklisted the noveau drivers. When I go into Nvidia settings, it is reading the temperature. I just can't get conky to recognize it. I'm sure I'm missing some sort of dependency but I don't know which one.

Any help?

---------- Post added at 03:53 PM CST ---------- Previous post was at 02:48 PM CST ----------

So I started conky up in CLI and it says

Conky: unknown variable nvidia
I looked at the conky variable sheet and it said I need the XNVCtrl library.

I installed it, restarted and it still gives me the same unknown variable error.
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