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© December 2003 Tony Lawrence
2003/12/21

(BSD, Sys V but if it exists in Linux I don't know where)

This isn't "cal", but rather a reminder service. That is, it could be used for that, though I doubt many people do. I suspect that more people use it for its built in calendars.

For example, you might try:

calendar -f /usr/share/calendar/calendar.computer  -l 31
 

If that doesn't work, try

calendar -f /usr/share/calendar/calendar.computer  -A 31
 

On my BSD system, the entire history of computing is:


A little updating might be good.


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