A handy alarm clock program written in QT.
Compilation instructions for Linux and MacOS:
qmake make make clean
Windows users will have to compile the program with the QT creator IDE (or download the binaries off the downloads page).
Screenshots and more information on the official web page!
Unlimted number of customizable alarms
Can wake up using the default sound, or any of audio / video file of your choosing.
Custom date alarms
Completely Cross plateform
- Ensure QT5 is installed on your system.
- In the termnal, type
qmake. This will create a Makefile
- Copy the qtalarm binary into
sudo cp qtalarm /usr/bin).
- Inside of the source code directory, there is a directory called "Icons." These icons need to be copied with the following commands:
sudo cp 1349069370_Alarm_Clock.png /usr/share/icons/hicolor/48x48/apps/
sudo cp Icons/1349069370_Alarm_Clock24.png /usr/share/icons/hicolor/24x24/apps/1349069370_Alarm_Clock.png
sudo cp 1349069370_Alarm_Clock16.png /usr/share/icons/hicolor/16x16/apps/1349069370_Alarm_Clock.png
- Last step. We need to create a "Desktop Entry" file to include QTalarm in your systems list of programs. Save the following text into a file called qtalarm.desktop located here /usr/share/applications/qtalarm.desktop
[Desktop Entry] Encoding=UTF-8 Value=1.0 Type=Application Name=QTalarm GenericName=QTalarm Comment= A nifty alarm clock written in QT Icon=1349069370_Alarm_Clock.png Exec=qtalarm Categories=Application;Utility;
- QTalarm Should now be installed.
Please Report any bugs to the GitHub page at https://github.com/CountMurphy/QTalarm.