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Axiris Nixie Clock

Axiris Nixie Clock is a software nixie clock. This program comes in handy when you can't take your own Nixie Clock to the office.


Quick installation guide for Linux

Log in using your regular user account. Unpack the .tar.gz file in a local directory. Run install.sh from your favorite unix shell. The software will be installed in directory /opt/nixieclock.

The installation script will add an icon on your desktop by placing a desktop file in the Desktop directory in your home directory. This feature works only if your window manager is compliant with the Desktop Entry Specification by the freedesktop.org organization. Don't worry, this works with virtually every window manager.

Quick installation guide for Windows

Unpack the .zip file in a local directory. Run the programs from the command prompt (cmd.exe). You're advised to create a desktop shortcut to the executable.