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Re: [linuxham] GMT Clock for Linux

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  • Rik van Riel
    ... I use xplanet, which I start up with a little shell script that gives it all the right arguments to be a day/night map with UTC clock: $ cat bin/xearth
    Message 1 of 2 , Jun 28, 2009
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      w1kbx wrote:
      > What are you using for a GMT clock in Linux?

      I use xplanet, which I start up with a little shell script
      that gives it all the right arguments to be a day/night map
      with UTC clock:

      $ cat bin/xearth
      #!/bin/sh

      xplanet -body earth --gmtlabel -window -geometry 250x150+2710+25
      -projection rectangular -wait 60 -date_format "%H:%M %Z" &

      $

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