wmCalClock is a Calendar clock with antialiased text
wmCalClock is a Calendar clock with antialiased text. Doesnt do much except tell time...
1) gunzip wmCalClock-x.xx.tar.gz
1) tar -xvf wmCalClock-x.xx.tar
2) cd wmCalClock-x.xx/Src/
4) make install (must be root)
5) wmCalClock & (or 'wmCalClock -h' for help, or 'man wmCalClock' for the man page)
- On FreeBSD, you may need to use gmake.
- On Solaris 2.6, -lsocket is required (use the Solaris-specfic
LIB line in the Makefile instead of the default one for Linux).
- On SGI/IRIX, use gmake (?) or the Makefile.sgi
Download wmCalClock 1.25
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