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I installed ktimetracker from Sofware Center. When I run it trough launcher o writing "ktimetracker" in console. It ask me for a iCalendar file (I think so), I've never heard of that type of file, so, I create a empty file with the extension .ics (I think this is the extension of iCalendar files) and I specified ktimetracker that use that file, but it doesn't work. Some one knows what I have to do to get ktimetracker work?

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:~$ apt-cache show ktimetracker

Description: time tracker tool KTimetracker is a time tracker for busy people who need to keep track of the amount of time they spend on various tasks. . This package is part of the KDE PIM module. Homepage:

KDE-PIM & KDE & Kubuntu

The KTimetracker manual from the KDE UserBase

The KTimetracker Handbook

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I read the manual before asking, but I still don't understand – Aikanáro Nov 16 '11 at 15:31

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