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Using KonsoleKalendar to Interact With Korganizer

Nov 30, 2007, 05:30 (1 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by D.C. Parris)

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"KonsoleKalendar lets you interact with the calendar application in KDE's Kontact from the command-line. Aside from possibly using this handy utility via SSH to remotely add an event to your calendar, you could probably also use it in a Bash, Python, or other script.

"First, make sure you have KonsoleKalendar Installed. Using Adept on my gNewsense (the KDE version) system, I ran Adept to install it. You can then run the command konsolekalendar--help to see the list of options. As you can see, you can actually accomplish quite a bit from a Bash prompt. And the samples at the bottom are very instructive. And, by the way, most of the Kontact apps have some sort of Command-Line functionality that you can take advantage of should you need to..."

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