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    Super Moderator Roxoff's Avatar
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    What about finding one on the web somewhere? If you're computer 'aint quite up to it, there's bound to be a computer out there somewhere you can log onto and use.

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    Quote Originally Posted by psic
    As I said, I spent quite some time with Google and sourceforge but didn't find what I was looking for...
    I might go with Sunbird, but I haven't had luck with compiling mozilla's firefox and compiling sunbird does not look much easier
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    Well, I tried the Mozilla calendar, installed it via apt-get just to try it out. It's nice but slow. The startup time is terrible. I could speed it up a bit by compiling, but as I've said, I haven't had any luck so far compiling anything from Mozilla.
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    Have you tried emacs? I've read soemwere that it has both calender and sceduling parts to it, though I'm not sure since I don't use it (I'm a vi man )
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    You're serious?! I'll have to try that... Is there anything emacs can't do?
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    Quote Originally Posted by psic
    You're serious?! I'll have to try that... Is there anything emacs can't do?
    Unfourtunately, it will not pay my hefty university bills .

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    Quote Originally Posted by bryansmith
    Quote Originally Posted by psic
    You're serious?! I'll have to try that... Is there anything emacs can't do?
    Unfourtunately, it will not pay my hefty university bills .

    Bryan
    oh, it will. You just have to promise never ever use vi
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