With the terminal: Calendar and Cal.

We are going to start what we could call a new section in Fromlinux, where we will show you things related to the terminal: Tips, Applications, Commandos… Etc.

We will start with two very simple applications: Calendar y Callus.

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Calendar.

We open a terminal and write:

$ calendar

And we will have as a result:

As we can see, they will come out as a kind of ephemeris of what is commemorated on the current day and the next, some very interesting data by the way 😀

Cal & NCal

When we execute both commands in the terminal (one first and the other later), we will get something like this:

Two simple calendars to know what day we are living in. What do you think?

 


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  1.   Laegnur said

    Good

    What bashrc script do you have to paint the time for you in the terminal?

    1.    elav <° Linux said

      I'm already writing an article about that 😀

  2.   guadalupe said

    How to update "calendar"?