Geek Clock

Plasma 4 Widgets

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Geek Clock plasmoid resembles the outlook of the Geek Clock: http://www.likecool.com/Geek_Clock--Clock--Home.html. Those are the simple analog clock but instead of regular numbers on the clock dial they have equivalent notations from mathematics, physics and computer science.

phongth

9 years ago

Package for PCLinuxOS
http://www.mediafire.com/?zzmmwyo3hwj

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fubuwukani

9 years ago

Hi, can i run the Geek Clock under kubuntu 9.10 ?
Thanks

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fubuwukani

9 years ago

It's running with this commands:

cmake -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=/usr
make
sudo make install

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BSDKaffee

10 years ago

Geek Clock is now available for FreeBSD in the ports system: x11-clocks/plasma-applet-geekclock

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schnupp

10 years ago

I cannot compile it:

In file included from /opt/tmp/kde4/geek-clock-plasmoid-1.0-src/geekclock.cpp:25:
/opt/tmp/kde4/geek-clock-plasmoid-1.0-src/geekclock.h:42:37: error: plasmaclock/clockapplet.h: Datei oder Verzeichnis nicht gefunden (-> File not found)
In file included from /opt/tmp/kde4/geek-clock-plasmoid-1.0-src/geekclock.cpp:25:
/opt/tmp/kde4/geek-clock-plasmoid-1.0-src/geekclock.h:55: error: expected class-name before '{' token
/opt/tmp/kde4/geek-clock-plasmoid-1.0-src/geekclock.h:55: warning: 'class GeekClock' has virtual functions and accessible non-virtual destructor

Any ideas?
Thanks

Frank

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wicharek

10 years ago

What distro are you using? And what is your KDE version? You may run:

$ kde4-config -v

to find out the version.

Seems like in older KDE versions (at least less than 4.2.4), "plasmaclock" include directory was called "libplasmaclock". You can check your /usr/include and see if that the point. If so you can temporary change that in source code or make a symlink "plasmaclock" pointing to "libplasmaclock".

As soon as I figure out the exact version when this switch ocured I will add macro in source code. However, I cannot guarantee, that Geek Clock will work on really older versions of KDE (mine is 4.2.4), sorry. Still I'll try to fix issues like this, if will become aware of them.

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schnupp

10 years ago

Oh, sorry...

I have debian experimental:

godzilla:~# kde4-config -v
Qt: 4.5.1
KDE: 4.2.4 (KDE 4.2.4)
kde4-config: 1.0

But I just needed to install kdebase-workspace-dev

apt-get install kdebase-workspace-dev

It works!

Thanks!
Frank

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wicharek

10 years ago

What distro are you using? And what is your KDE version? You may run:

$ kde4-config -v

to find out the version.

Seems like in older KDE versions (at least less than 4.2.4), "plasmaclock" include directory was called "libplasmaclock". You can check your /usr/include and see if that the point. If so you can temporary change that in source code or make a symlink "plasmaclock" pointing to "libplasmaclock".

As soon as I figure out the exact version when this switch ocured I will add macro in source code. However, I cannot guarantee, that Geek Clock will work on really older versions of KDE (mine is 4.2.4), sorry. Still I'll try to fix issues like this, if will become aware of them.

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dglent

10 years ago

Here you can find a package for mandriva 2009.1 i586

http://www.mediafire.com/file/bwqcwlq0wmd/plasma-applet-geekclock-1.0-1mdv2009.1.i586.rpm

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wicharek

10 years ago

Thanks

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arch0njw

10 years ago

Nice. Very nice. Haven't tried it, but I'll still vote Good!

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