As for conky to display a graph of CPU temperature?

Set up the skates, but here's how to do to display a graph of temperature of the processor can not understand.

background yes
double_buffer yes
alignment top_right
border_width 1
cpu_avg_samples 2
default_color white
default_outline_color white
default_shade_color white
draw_borders no
draw_graph_borders yes
draw_outline no
draw_shades no
gap_x 0
gap_y 0
net_avg_samples 2
no_buffers yes
out_to_console no
out_to_stderr no
extra_newline no
own_window yes
own_window_type normal
own_window_transparent yes
own_window_colour 000000
own_window_argb_visual yes
own_window_argb_value 0
own_window_hints undecorated,below,sticky,skip_taskbar,skip_pager
minimum_size 350 0
stippled_borders 0
# Update interval values
update_interval 0.3
uppercase no
use_spacer none
show_graph_scale no
show_graph_range no
use_xft yes
xftalpha 0.1
xftfont Droid Sans:size=12
color0 white
color1 EAEAEA
color2 FFA300
color3 green
color4 red

TEXT
# Graph CPU usage
${color3}${cpugraph cpu0 100}
# The uptime since the last reboot
${color2}Uptime: ${alignr}${uptime}
# CPU frequency
${color2}CPU Freq: ${alignr}${freq_g}GHz
# The CPU temperature
${color2}CPU Temp: ${alignr}${acpitemp}°C
# The temperature of the video card
${color2}GPU Temp: ${alignr}${nvidia temp}°C
# Charge and battery status 
${color2}Battery:${alignr}${battery}
# What processes are using the CPU
${color2}Process ${color0}${alignr}${cpu cpu0}%
${cpubar cpu0 5,}
${top name 1} $alignr ${top cpu 1}%
${top name 2} $alignr ${top cpu 2}%
${top name 3} $alignr ${top cpu 3}%
${top name 4} $alignr ${top cpu 4}%
${top name 5} $alignr ${top cpu 5}%

# The use of the operational memory
${color2}RAM ${color0}${alignr}${mem}
${membar 5,}
${color3}${memgraph mem 50}
# Incoming traffic with a wired connection
${color2}LAN:Input Speed ${color0}${alignr}${downspeedf enp4s0} KiB/s
${downspeedgraph enp4s0 50,}
# Outbound traffic through a wired connection
${color2}LAN: Output Speed ${color0}${alignr}${upspeedf enp4s0} KiB/s 
${upspeedgraph enp4s0 50,} 
# Signal strength, Wi-Fi
#${color2}Level Wi-Fi: ${color0}${wireless_link_bar wlp3s0}
# Incoming traffic over a wireless connection
${color2}wifi:Input Speed ${color0}${alignr}${downspeedf wlp3s0} KiB/s
${downspeedgraph wlp3s0 50,}
# Outbound traffic over a wireless connection
${color2}wifi: Output Speed ${color0}${alignr}${upspeedf wlp3s0} KiB/s 
${upspeedgraph wlp3s0 50,}
# The IP address wired connection
${color2}LAN IP: ${color0}${alignr}${addr enp4s0}
# IP address of the VPN connection
#${color2}VPN IP: ${color0}${alignr}${addr ppp0}
# The IP address of the wireless connection
${color2}wifi IP: ${color0}${alignr}${addr wlp3s0}
# IP address of the WAN network
${color2}WAN IP: ${color0}${alignr}${execi 3600 wget -q -O /dev/stdout http://checkip.dyndns.org/ | cut-d : -f 2- | cut-d \< -f -1}
# Provider
${color2}Provider: ${color0}${alignr}${execi 3600 wget -q -O /dev/stdout http://ipinfo.io/org | cut-c 9-}
# The access point name
${color2}wifi Name-AP: ${color0}${alignr}${wireless_essid wlp3s0}
# MAC address of access point
${color2}wifi MAC AP: ${color0}${alignr}${wireless_ap wlp3s0}
# The speed of the connection to the access point
#${color2}wifi Speed: ${color0}${alignr}${wireless_bitrate wlp3s0}
June 10th 19 at 16:14
0 answer

Find more questions by tags LinuxInfographicsProcessors