Re: world clock for gnome (like the one in KDE)
* Kevin Mark <email@example.com> [071013 00:49]:
> On Fri, Oct 12, 2007 at 01:20:40PM -0400, H.S. wrote:
> > Hello,
> > Just wondering if Gnome has a world clock like the one KDE has. I mainly
> > use KDE, and I can configure the clock applet to show other timezones.
> > These show up when I move my mouse over the clock. In Gnome, however, I
> > haven't been able to find similar functionality in the clock. Does it exist?
> > thanks,
> > ->HS
> I just installed:
> intlclock - a world clock applet for the GNOME desktop.
> not sure if its packaged.
It's a simple matter to search the Debian archive:
=> with Synaptic, use the SEARCH menu
=> with aptitude, use "aptitude search <packagename or a string
within the packagename>
=> on the Debian web site (www.debian.org) there is a "search
Debian packages" link
And in case you missed it, in a previous reply I noted that the Debian
archive includes the package "sunclock", which is not an applet, and
appears not to be Gnome or KDE specific.