Generally, we tend to identify a file's type by the extension a file ends with. But, that is not a reliable method.
The date command-line utility is used to set and display system's date. Not only that, we can also modify our system's time as well.
It is a financial accounting application. Double-entry bookkeeping system, Reports, Graphs, Online Stock & Mutual Fund Quotes etc. are some of offered features.
In this article, we cover how to display moon phases in Ubuntu through moonphases command-line utility which is available through undertime package.
It's better if we could make an application run at every boot on its own. That way, we save our precious time.
The information can be made available through our Systems' main menu. The Systems' main menu is LXPanel - it is a Desktop panel for LXDE.