Installing Rainlendar2 on Ubuntu

By Lowell Heddings on January 11th, 2007

Rainlendar is a calendar application that doesn’t take up much space on your desktop. You can use it to keep track of events and tasks, and with the pro version you even can sync with network calendars.

Installing rainlendar on ubuntu is extremely simple. Just download the file and extract it wherever you feel like.

Just double-click on the rainlendar file in the extracted directory to run it. Here’s what the calendar looks like:

To make it start up automatically when you login to ubuntu, go to System \ Preferences \ Sessions

Click on Startup Programs, and click the Add button. Use the browse button to find the directory that you installed rainlendar to, and click OK.

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  • Published 01/11/07
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