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Re: problem with /usr/bin/calendar

To: Jon Drews <jon.drews@xxxxxxxxx>
From: Sascha Wildner <saw@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 01 Aug 2006 19:29:09 +0200

Jon Drews wrote:
DragonFly 1.6.0-RELEASE i386


 I am having a minor problem with the calendar utility (man 1
calendar). I have created a ~/.calendar/calendar file but when I type:
$ calendar

 I get the entries for all the calendars stored in
/usr/share/calendar. I moved /usr/share/calendar/calendar.all to a
different file name and then ran $ calendar. Nothing appeared so it
seems that calendar is trying to use that file. However I can only get
it to use the user created calendar file by doing

$ calendar -f ~/.calendar/calendar

Is there some setting I have to make elsewhere? According to the man
page it should search my home directory for a calendar file.

I was a bit unclear in my previous mail.

The -f option will change the default filename from 'calendar.all' to what you specify. So

$ calendar -f calendar

should work as well for you. Either that, or rename ~/.calendar/calendar to ~/.calendar/calendar.all.



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