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First Peek at XBian on the Raspberry Pi 2
There are so many things to like about XBian; in particular snapshots and rolling releases. It's also the best out-of-the box configured Raspberry Pi 2 Kodi distribution.

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Cygwin is a Linux-like environment for Windows. It consists of two parts: A DLL (cygwin1.dll) which acts as a Linux API emulation layer providing substantial Linux API functionality, and a collection of tools, which provide Linux look and feel.


  • ABClock
    ABClock is a fully functional clock for Unix/X11. It has options to set colours and size.
  • AClock
    AClock is a little application that shows the time of the day with an analog display. It acts as a dockapp when used with GNUstep.
  • BDesktopClock
    BDesktopClock is a simple clock for the Linux desktop environment.
  • binclock
    binclock is a simple ncurses program for displaying the time in binary numbers.
  • binclock
    binclock is a fullscreen console binary clock.
  • butler grandfather clock
    butler grandfather clock plays audio files to report the time. The default configuration emulates a grandfather clock with Westminister chimes.
  • Clockywock
    Clockywock is a cool analog clock for the Linux console
  • FClock
    FClock is a quick digital clock hack with clean looks for docking in the fvwm button-bar.
  • FoxClocks
    FoxClocks is an extension for Firefox, Google Chrome, and Thunderbird that lets you keep an eye on the time around the world - or just your local time - by putting small clocks in your status bar. Read more
  • gkrellm Sun Clock
    gkrellm Sun Clock is a GKrellM plugin that displays information about the sun (sunrise/sunset times, solar path through the sky, etc.).
  • GkrellM Timestamp
    gkrellm Sun Clock is a GkrellM Plugin that shows the current UNIX timestamp like the default clock.
  • GKrellMEris
    GKrellMEris is a Discordian Date plugin that, predictably, converts boring, normal dates into system of the Paratheo-anametamystikhood of Eris Esoteric.
  • Glock
    Glock is a simple analog clock program. It is written in C and uses the GTK+ toolkit. The original purpose of glock was to have a simple demo of an undecorated non-rectangular window using gtk_widget_shape_combine_mask(), moveable with the mouse using gtk_window_begin_move_drag().
  • glunarclock
    glunarclock displays the current phase of the Moon as an applet for the gnome panel.
  • gtubeclock
    gtubeclock is a simple digital clock for GNOME/GTK+.
  • HDate-applet
    HDate-applet is an applet to show the hebrew date (calendar) using the libhdate library and the gnome-2.0 graphics library.
  • intclock
    intclock provides a graphical multi-timezone clock that is customizable via a configuration window. It is based on hsclock.
  • intclock
    intclock is an open source international (i.e. multi-timezone) graphical clock which can be run in a window or in a terminal. Read more
  • jbc
    jbc stands for Jon's Binary Clock.
  • Kclock
    Kclock is a digital/analog clock for KDE.
  • KTimeWarp
    KTimeWarp is a small KDE application that can display the time in different places of the world given their time difference with you.
  • MacSlow's Cairo-Clock
    MacSlow's Cairo-Clock is an analog clock displaying the system time. It leverages the visual features offered by Xorg 6.9/7.0 in combination with a compositing manager (e.g. xcompmgr), GTK+ 2.8.x, and Cairo 1.0.2 to produce a time display with pretty pixels.
  • mcountd
    mcountd is a incredibly simple program for displaying a count down clock in text-mode.
  • OSD Clock
    OSD Clock is a clock for X that uses xosd to render without frills and has formatting options available .
  • PhrozenClock
    PhrozenClock is a Date/Time application similiar to those found on KDE and Windoze. It is integrated into the IceWM Control Panel, but is also useful as the "clock" application for IceWM's taskbar clock.
  • pyAlarm
    pyAlarm is an alarm clock that plays MP3, Ogg, or whatever you want. It's intended for people suffering from some sort of sleeping disorder but is not a proper substitute for medical attention.
  • rglclock
    rglclock is a "rotating" 3D clock using GTK and Mesa/OpenGL. Rotating direction and speed can be changed by mouse drags.
  • rubiclox
    rubiclox is an implementation of Rubik's clock. Rubik is the creator of the Rubik's cube.
  • Stickytime
    Stickytime is a digital clock that also displays the current state of the stickykeys as set by an accessX program. Stickytime is also a simple stopwatch. Version 0.4 can display the current "mousekey" pointer button.
  • Sunwait
    Sunwait is a small C program for calculating sunrise and sunset, as well as civil, nautical, and astronomical twilights. It has features that make it useful for home automation tasks.
  • tbclock
    tbclock is a small app that displays a full screen binary clock in your terminal (using curses). It is quite simple, and features modules like 'guessbin' (a little game) and 'chrono' (a timer with tenths of seconds).
  • tebsclock
    tebsclock (Tamentis Enlightenment Steampunk Binary Clock) is a small gadget for the Enlightenment desktop shell. It does nothing but display the time in a binary and steampunk fashion. It can be resized in any way you want.
  • Tlhaq Klingon Clock
    The Klingon clock is a neat desktop utilility designed to let you see the local time displayed in Klingon.
  • tty-clock
    tty-clock is an analog clock in ncurses.
  • TZClock
    TzClock is an XWindows GTK+ graphical analog clock that can display the time around the world. It supports multiple faces showing different time zones. There is a stopwatch function that is accurate to a tenth of a second, and an alarm.
  • tzosdclock
    tzosdclock is a fork of xosd-clock, giving support for multiple timezones and detailed program args/options.
  • Wakeup
    Wakeup is an open source fully customizable and extensible talking alarm clock. Read more
  • wmBinClock
    wmBinClock shows the actual system time as a binary clock. You have to add up the bits to get the time. The clock has a 24-hour format.
  • wmCalClockKbd
    wmCalClockKbd is a simple calendar clock with integrated keyboard group indicator (for XFree86 >= 4.3.0). wmCalClockKbd can show actual time, date and keyboard group.
  • wmclock
    wmclock is a dock application for WindowMaker. When launched wmclock creates a 48 x 48 pixel analog clock within a 64 x 64 pixel tile.
  • WMFishTime
    WMFishTime features sexy gradient background, antialiased clock hands, alpha-blended bubbles, and cool fish swimming around behind the clock.
  • wmfuzzy
    wmfuzzy is a WindowMaker dockapp that gives you an inexact clock in as readable text. So you see "Ten to One" rather than "13:49:45".
  • wmHexaClock
    wmHexaClock is a dockapp which displays the time in hexadecimal notation. You can choose the foreground color (using the RRGGBB notation) and decide between two different display modes.
  • wmwork
    wmwork provides a monitor on a 64x64 mini window that helps you keeping track of your time. wmwork is a graphical application designed to work with the WindowMaker dock, but will work with other window managers as well.
  • wmy2k
    wmy2k is a dockapp that displays the time left to the 3rd millennium.
  • XDaliClock
    Dali Clock is a digital clock. When a digit changes, it "melts" into its new shape. The date is displayed when the mouse is pressed. The window can be made transparent, and can do funky psychedelic color cycling.
  • xonclock
    onclock is X on-screen analog clock displayer. The internal clock skin is taken from ClockX program with its' author permission.

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