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Well – Awesome is still awesome – in the upcoming version 3 (installed from git) – it’s really stable and full of nice features.

Today I would like to post some screen shots and my new .awesomerc file together with .conkyrc. I suppose that there are more and more people interested in this Window Manager – and what I would like to do is to help. You can, of course, find many more configuration files on the Net (my favourites are those of Gigamo, phraok and last but not least – calmar – who also contributes to Awesome WM developing. Just search for those nicknames on Google – and you will probably get nice configuration files).

Anyway, here come my today’s screen shots:

I hope you like it! Notice conky piped to bottom panel… 🙂

And here come configuration files of conky and AwesomeWM:

awesomerc

conkyrc

Perhaps it will be of a little help for everybody willing to try – according to me – the best Window Manager ever! 😉

Enjoy!

tami 🙂

PS. Wallpaper from the wallpapers pack by Miheer from deviantArt – here’s the link:

http://miheer.deviantart.com/art/black-wallpaper-pack-75708923

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Customizing Awesome – very good tutorial on using conky in Awesome’s panel – and much more!

…no, I did not begin to stutter 😉

I just tried once again Awesome Window Manager. And I have to admit – it’s brilliant. Awesome is a tiling Window Manager. It was based on dwm at the beginning – but now  it is rewritten and many nice features are added.

Awesome has relatively easy to understand configuration file through which you can tweak it to your liking. You can change keyboard shortcuts, colors, fonts etc. And still you can take an advantage of tiling Window Managers – that is – window manager is taking care of the placement of the desktop windows. I find it very relieving and… hm – “Zen”-like.

I used one of the first versions of Awesome in the past – and I’m glad to notice the quick development of it. Awesome is small and very quick (at least here and for me!) but in the same time it supports basic “eye-candy. With the help of xcompmgr, one can acquire shadows and if you set the background with the help of feh + configure your urxvt and xorg, you can also acquire real transparency in terminal.

Today I will just share some screen shots I made. I would also like to share some links with you, I found helpful while editing my .awesomerc. So, here it goes.

Nice introduction to Awesome especially for Arch Linux users

Interesting tread about Awesome on Ubuntu forum

and last but not least – fantastic Wiki by Awesome WM users and developers!

If you are interested in my .awesomerc – hmmm…it’s still “the work in  progress” – but, here is the link to pdf with it:

My “personal” awesomerc (for version 2.1)

My “personal” awesomerc (for version 2.2)

And here go those promised above screen shots (click on the thumbnails below to see the bigger version!):

Awesome with Minefield, transparent urxvt and conky Clean Awesome
Busy Awesome with Pidgin and transparent URXVT Beauty of tiling!

If, by a chance, you like the wallpaper – here is the link (just “click” on the picture below)

Enjoy – and Joyful, Peaceful Easter!

tami

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Awesome-git+conky in the panel

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