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This will show a console clock with Figlet.
This is with the Star Wars font.
Change the -f option to anything else.
Notice: You need Figlet installed for this to work.
To install Figlet on Ubuntu, type in:
sudo apt-get install figlet
To install Figlet on Debian, type in:
aptitude install figlet
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Shows a simple clock in the console
-t param removes the watch header
Ctrl-c to exit
A console clock with the current time.
Configures screen to always display the clock in the last line (has to be configured only once).
After that you not only have got the possibility to detach sessions and run them in background, but also have got a nice clock permanently on your screen.
This command will automatically clear the old clock time, and show the new clock time.
It will also slightly format it.
If you can do better, submit your command here.
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