I finally found out how to use notify-send with at or cron

echo "export DISPLAY=:0; export XAUTHORITY=~/.Xauthority; notify-send test" | at now+1minute
You can write a script that does this : remind <minutes> [<message>]

2010-07-27 00:10:08

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Aha. That makes sense.
kaedenn · 629 weeks and 1 day ago
with more explanation here: http://cweiske.de/tagebuch/DBus%20notify-send%20over%20network.htm
nickwe · 629 weeks ago
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Alyssalauren · 4 weeks and 3 days ago

What do you think?

Any thoughts on this command? Does it work on your machine? Can you do the same thing with only 14 characters?

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