Linuxfx How To Change The Clock

Alexzee

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I've been trying for a long time to change the clock to regular time.
It's stuck on military time.
In the Date & Time window I can manually change it but it doesn't stay/work.

Any ideas?

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With "Manually set date and time" with the correct time highlighted doesn't take effect in the system tray.
 


Nelson Muntz

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Hmm.

You might try setting it to network time and for that to work you might also have to install network time protocol. (aka ntp)

You should be able to install that from the terminal.
sudo apt install ntp

I don't know if that would change the time format though.
 

Alexzee

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Hmm.

You might try setting it to network time and for that to work you might also have to install network time protocol. (aka ntp)

You should be able to install that from the terminal.
sudo apt install ntp
I've tried setting it to network time and the time still stays set to military time.
 

Nelson Muntz

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That sucks that there is no forum or documentation.

Can you contact the developer seems I recall and email address for help on the website for that distro.


Linuxfx support:
0800 881 3000 (Phonne & Whatsapp)
[email protected]
 
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Alexzee

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That sucks that there is no forum or documentation.

Can you contact the developer seems I recall and email address for help on the website for that distro.
Yup that does stink!
It should not be this difficult to change the clock,imo.

I'll have to go back to the website and write to the dev.
 

Alexzee

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Just sent the dev an e-mail.
I'll let you know what happens.
 

Alexzee

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The developer hasn't returned my e-mail.
 


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