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Gnome Calendar for Ubuntu- Install on Linux Ubuntu 18.04 LTS/ 19.04

Install Gnome Calendar on Linux Ubuntu, Arch, CentOS, Debian, OpenSUSE, and more

Gnome Calendar Ubuntu


nome Calendar for Ubuntu: It is a simple calendar application which is used to display Date. This Calendar application is from Canonical and it is extremely simple and neat. This application is the default calendar application for Ubuntu. However, with this article, you can able to install Gnome Calendar on Linux Ubuntu 18.04 LTS(Bionic Beaver), 19.04(Disco Dingo), Arch, Fedora, Debian, CentOS, OpenSUSE, and more.

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Install Gnome Calendar on Linux Ubuntu 18.04 LTS/ 19.04- Using Terminal:

Note: Snap is pre-installed on Ubuntu 16.04 and higher versions. However, it can be installed using sudo apt install snapd.

The following are the steps involved in the process of installing Gnome Calendar on Linux Ubuntu 18.04 LTS, 19.04, Linux Mint, Debian, and other Ubuntu-based Distros and also on Debian.

  • Open Terminal on Linux Ubuntu using CTRL + ALT + T.
  • Execute the following command on the terminal to install Gnome Calendar on Linux Ubuntu. Kindly enter your system password when prompted to authenticate the installation process.
$sudo snap install gnome-calendar
Install Gnome Calendar
Install Gnome Calendar
  • Once the installation process is complete, then you can launch Gnome Calendar from Show Applications.
    Gnome Calendar on Ubuntu
    Gnome Calendar on Ubuntu

Install Gnome Calendar on Ubuntu using Ubuntu Software- GUI:

This is an alternate method to install Gnome Calendar on Ubuntu. We will use Ubuntu Software to install the application. You can either open Ubuntu Software and search of Gnome Calendar or simply click on the following button to open the installation page ofGnome Calendar on your Ubuntu Software.

Gnome Calendar on Ubuntu Software
Gnome Calendar on Ubuntu Software

How to Remove/Uninstall Gnome Calendar from Linux Ubuntu:

Run the following command on the terminal to remove or uninstall Gnome Calendar from Linux Ubuntu and Ubuntu-based Distros.

$sudo snap remove gnome-calendar

Application Details:

LicenseFree to Use
App Versionv3.30.0[Stable]
App Size25 MB(Appx)
OS RequirementUbuntu 16.04 & Later Versions

Install Gnome Calendar on Linux Fedora, Arch, CentOS, and OpenSUSE:

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The following are the commands to be used for installing Gnome Calendar on various Linux Distros such as Fedora, Arch Linux, CentOS, and OpenSUSE.

Gnome Calendar for Fedora:

$sudo snap install gnome-calendar

Gnome Calendar for Arch Linux:

$sudo snap install gnome-calendar

Gnome Calendar for CentOS:

$sudo snap install gnome-calendar

Install Gnome Calendar for OpenSUSE:

$sudo snap install gnome-calendar

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Gnome calendar is already pre-installed with Ubuntu Operating system. However, if you wish to reinstall or for any reasons, then you can use the above article to install Gnome Calendar on Linux Ubuntu 18.04 LTS, 19.04, Fedora, Arch, OpenSUSE, CentOS, Debian, and more. If you have any Query with the above article, then Kindly Comment it on the comment section and we will revert to you with a solution ASAP. For instant solutions, Kindly visit our Forum!!

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