REPOST- Having the date format shown correctly in Lucid (and Maverick)
blchupin at iinet.net.au
Thu Jul 29 07:38:40 UTC 2010
On 29/07/10 14:18, Bryan Cassidy wrote:
> On Sun, 2010-07-25 at 15:05 +1000, Basil Chupin wrote:
>> I have my system correctly set to reflect my country, it's time zone,
>> and the language (including money sign etc) used in this country.
>> However, Ubuntu stubbornly refuses to correctly show the date stamp in
>> the top panel: it shows, for example, "Sat Jul 3, 16:07:30" and not what
>> it should be showing which is "Sat 3 Jul.....".
>> Is there a hidden setting somewhere which I can fiddle for Ubuntu to
>> adhere to my wishes? Anyone, please?
>> (The date stamp is shown correctly everywhere else, TB, Nautilus,
>> whatever- all except the top panel.)
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> Google is your friend.
Google is NOT my friend, nor anyone else's.
> Have you tried the following?
Yep, and it does not solve my problem - I still get the American way of
showing the time stamp - month/day/year - and not what I have Ubuntu
configured to show: day/month/year.
Even Windows could do this for me - but not Ubuntu/Gnome :'( :'( .
If nothing happens, nothing can go wrong.
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