calcurse is a command-line calendar and scheduling application for Linux. It is designed to be simple and easy to use, and it provides a range of features and tools to help you manage your schedule and appointments.
calcurse is a text-based application that is launched from the command prompt. When you launch calcurse, it will open a text-based interface that allows you to view and edit your calendar and schedule. You can use calcurse to add and edit appointments and events, set reminders, and view your schedule in different formats, such as a monthly calendar or a list of upcoming events.
calcurse includes many features and tools to help you manage your schedule and appointments, including:
- A todo list that allows you to keep track of tasks and tasks.
- A recurring appointments feature that allows you to create repeating events and appointments.
- A customizable interface that allows you to change the appearance and layout of calcurse.
- Import and export tools that allow you to import and export data from other calendar and scheduling applications.
To use calcurse, you will need to have the calcurse package installed on your Linux system. You can install calcurse using the package manager for your specific Linux distribution.
For more information on using calcurse, you can consult the calcurse documentation or use the calcurse –help command to view a list of available options and usage examples.
calcurse Command Examples
1. Start calcurse on interactive mode:
2. Print the appointments and events for the current day and exit:
# calcurse --appointment
3. Remove all local calcurse items and import remote objects:
# calcurse-caldav --init=keep-remote
4. Remove all remote objects and push local calcurse items:
# calcurse-caldav --init=keep-local
5. Copy local objects to the CalDAV server and vice versa:
# calcurse-caldav --init=two-way