I’m new here, having come from Linux Mint.
I’ve installed OpenMandriva Lx 4.3 with KDE.
I would like to view google calendars on my desktop and Kalendar looks as though it should be perfect - but I can’t find it to install.
Can anyone please suggest where I might look?
Welcome @quadrantids to OpenMandriva and our forum.
This Kalander? I think we do not have that in our software. I just asked about this on IRC. You are welcome there as well. Will answer when I know more.
You can make a package request here. That looks like it would be a good one to add.
Unless I am missing something google calendars is easy enough to see in a browser.
Regarding software choice do you have unsupported repo enabled?
Do read the description of each repository choice.
You’re right about viewing it inside a browser. It’s just that the recent Linux Mint 20.3 introduced this in the system tray, which I have to confess makes my google calendars more readily available (fewer clicks).
I’ll check out the unsupported repo.
Thx for your help.
Do consider making a package request for Kalendar.
Hoping you enjoy OpenMandriva Lx (OM Lx). OM is a community distro.
We are a small group of unpaid, part-time volunteer folks.
Done. Package added to repos.
For Rolling and Lx 4.3 Kalendar in testing repos. To install:
$ sudo dnf --refresh install kalendar --enablerepo rock-testing-x86_64
For znver1 replace
x86_64 with znver1, for Rolling replace
It installs, it opens. Thanks @AngryPenguin.
Edit: Here it is found in the Application Menu under Office.
Thanks for the answers in this thread!