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solaris openwin clock

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We're currently using /usr/openwin/bin/clock that comes with default solaris install.  We need to disable the alarm function to prevent unauthorized shell access for users without modifying the source code (which we don't have a copy of).  
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Grab the source code for xclock and use that instead?
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