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In this article, apart from basic usage, learn how to display Julian Calendar, date of Easter, week number, months in a range etc.
In Linux, there are several ways to access Google Calendar natively, such as by using email client plugins (e.g., Evolution or Thunderbird) or calendar apps (e.g., Sunbird or Rainlendar). These solutions, however, typically involve installing unnecessarily bulky software which you will probably not need.
MDM supports a wider range of themes than its alternatives, making it one of the best display managers currently available. I wanted to show off some of these awesome themes, so here they are for your enjoyment.
I would like to display calendar (CalendarView) - today as the first day and next information for one month. Next to each day value (ex. below) I would like to put one number (ex. number of appointments that day).
In Linux, the 'free' command is used to show memory usage; but the information presented is more complex than just 'used' and 'free'. This article explains what the additional fields mean, and shows you how to determine your system's actual memory usage.
I need name of day in week but dependent o actual date and date to future. For example I need name of day today, then name of day tomorrow, name of date +2 days etc I make this code but not working good.