Time and date display. Also can I contact some one in Schwaz Austria privately?
john_82 at tiscali.co.uk
Thu May 18 13:53:22 BST 2006
I tried altering the settings available from a right click on the clock but
the time zone just wouldn't go away.
A later mail suggested a centre click on the clock display and that worked !
The time zone went and the day appeared.
PS Now I'm sure I know what day it is. :D
On Thursday 18 May 2006 13:43, Justin Denick wrote:
> You can change the default localtime by removing the file or link
> /etc/localtime and copying or linking /usr/share/zoneinfo/yourtimezone to
> /etc/localtime Actual paths will very.
> On 5/15/06, kitts <kitts at hotpop.com> wrote:
> > On Monday 15 May 2006 14:17 IST, John wrote:
> > > Odd problem with my day date display. I can get the time the day and
> > > the fact that I use the london time zone (I do know that). I can't get
> > > it to display the date? I have checked the correct boxes but london
> > > will not
> > go
> > > away.
> > The date AFAIK is only displayed when displaying the local time. Hence,
> > if you need the date to be displayed and are regularly working in
> > accordance with the London time zone, you could configure it as your
> > local time zone. --
> > Cheers!
> > kitts
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