Presently the date is showing as mmm dd hh:mm:ss. Is there any way that I can change it to as per my liking. For example : dd mmm, hh:mm:ss.
The list view of Nautilus 3.6 shows the dates files were modified in a variety of ways: the hour and minute if modified on the current day, and the month and day if modified during the current year, ...
I've noticed that the en_AU locale is defaulting to 24 hour time, it should be 12 hour as this is most commonly used in Australia. How can this be adjusted?
The date format of the date columns is really long "Tue 12 June 2012 17:12:34 PHT". I would prefer a shorter version, e.g. 12/06/2012 or 12/06/2012 17:12. I tried to change it in Settings/Language ...
I have a dual boot system with Win 7 / Ubuntu 13.04. For some reason, Ubuntu resets the system time to -3 hours regardless of timezone settings. I thought that this was UTC problem, but the problem ...
I want to use the ISO 8601 date format system wide with Ubuntu 12.04. What is the best way to accomplish this?
When I run ntpdate on its own, I get the following output: 8 Jun 15:47:46 ntpdate: no servers can be used, exiting If I run it with the -q ntp.ubuntu.com switch, it seems to query just ...
Date and time is showing in the login screen (unity-greeter) but not when I login to my session. When I go to date and time settings the panel is all grey : Any idea how to recover from this ?