"Adjust Date and Time" does not allow me to save the configuration

Nikos Chantziaras realnc at arcor.de
Sat Feb 6 01:51:23 GMT 2010

On 02/06/2010 02:50 AM, Duncan wrote:
>> [...]
>> I don't have policykit installed.  Is that needed for clock settings?
> I'm not positive about that; as I said, I don't have policykit installed
> here and don't WANT my normal user to be able to mess with the clock, but
> from what I know about it, that is, what I've read both in online comments
> and when I was looking at this new (optional on Gentoo) policykit
> dependency of KDE, trying to decide if I wanted it or not.

Will try enabling that USE flag.  And yes, I want my "normal user" to be 
able to configure everything because that user is me :P  This isn't a 
multi-user PC.  I'm pretty much the only person using it.

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