notify-send

jun-sw
  6 years ago
  2

sometimes it it useful to get a notification on your desktop for things you have to keep in mind. but sometimes it is to unhandy to enter an appointment in the calendar program. use the bash instead:

- open the bash (terminal)

- if you want the notification on a certain time, for example 12 o'clock sharp, type in: at 12.00 --> press enter

- than type in: notify-send "yourtext"

- to end the command, press Ctrl+D

 

this should work with gnome, kde, cinnamon. other desktops I don't know.

Comments
hellwoodfire 10 months ago

Thank you for the tutorial.


twirlimp 5 years ago

I like it.


jun-sw 6 years ago

@MagicMint: because using the command line is more full of hot air ;)


MagicMint 6 years ago

@jun-sw: Why not use the Alarm Clock applet or the likes ? I find it more useful ;-)


MagicMint 6 years ago

@publicFriend: That’s because at isn’t installed by default in Linux Mint, hence you have to install it first.


publicFriend 6 years ago

at 12.00 notify-send "Text"
doesn't work


Rebel450 6 years ago

@remoulder: -
Since we do not have a category for "tips & tricks" or similar:
If THIS is not a tutorial - what else is it then ?!??

I like it, promoted :-D


remoulder 6 years ago

This is not a tutorial