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Tuesday, December 2, 2008



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Install Alarm Clock on Ubuntu with one click, how to install from repository or install it with terminal tutorial


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Alarm Clock is very customizable wake up and scheduler application for Linux. If you want more info about the options and program functions follow this DetectorPRO article. This time I will focus on installing Alarm Clock with one click or easy way installation on Ubuntu. The file is already deb package and it will install all necessary libraries needed for Alarm Clock.

Note: Close every package or installation program, because only one installation at a time is allowed on Ubuntu.


For Ubuntu 8.10 32bit - click here (Alarm Clock 0.9.17)
For Ubuntu 8.10 64bit - click here (Alarm Clock 0.9.17)

Also there is a version for Ubuntu 8.04
For Ubuntu 8.04 32bit - click here (Alarm Clock 0.9.16)
For Ubuntu 8.04 64bit - click here (Alarm Clock 0.9.16)

If you want to install the repository version of Alarm Clock (At this time version 0.9.11, but repository version can be updated with your system updates), the version that comes with your Ubuntu system, open you terminal and type:

sudo apt-get install alarm-clock
Or if you want graphical way installation, go to System/Administration/Synaptic Package Manager, on search field enter “alarm clock” without quotes, find the program and Right click on it for Mark or installation. Click apply. You can found the newly installed program at Applications/Accessories/Alarm Clock.





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1 comments:

jhon ortiz ordoƱez said...

Thanks for this information. Now I've installed AC on my Ubuntu 9.04. Recent version: 0.9.19. Bye!