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64-bit Linux is ready. The situation for 32-bit Linux (and the compatibility layer for 32-bit binaries on 64-bit Linux) is much less rosy. It's broken and fixing it without breaking all existing binaries is not an easy task. Even if there is some level of backwards compatibility all binaries that want to get correct time will need to be rebuilt to use the ...


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As @muru explained on Clock time is off on dual boot and according to the Arch Wiki: You can set the hardware clock time standard through the command line. You can check what you have set to use by: $ timedatectl | grep local The hardware clock can be queried and set with the timedatectl command. To change the hardware clock time standard to ...


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time is many things. There's the external /usr/bin/time GNU program. There's the bash keyword time. $ type -a time time is a shell keyword time is /usr/bin/time When you run time … in an interactive shell, you'd be typically using bash, and so the time keyword takes effect. When you run time … in a script using /bin/sh, the shell used (dash) doesn't ...


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Textual / speaking clock for Mate and other Ubuntu variants Although the question was originally about Ubuntu Mate, luckily, from 15.10, indicators can be used on Mateas well. As a result, the answer below at least works for Unity and Mate and (tested) on Xubuntu. A GUI to change settings is still to follow (working on it), but I tested the indicator below ...



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