I have been trying to access the Date and Time setting in my Ubuntu 14.04 to modify the time (which is wrong).
I click in the hour in the top-right corner of the top bar, and then in "Date & Time Settings..." 1. Instead it takes me to "System Settings" 2. If I tried to click on "Time & Date" in "System Settings", it just closes the "System Settings" screen.
If I start the
gnome-control-center from the command line I get the following:
(unity-control-center:4000): GLib-GIO-ERROR **: Settings schema 'com.canonical.indicator.datetime' does not contain a key named 'show-year' Trace/breakpoint trap
I went to
sudo dconf-editor and check in
com > canonical > indicator > datetime. I can confirm that show-year doesn't exist. I am not sure if I can simply add a new variable there and if it is so, how?
1 Date and Time Settings
2 System Settings