how to configure Fedora 14 to be in 24-hour time format
On Sun, Dec 26, 2010 at 01:37, Tim <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Sun, 2010-12-26 at 00:05 -0800, Kenneth Wolcott wrote:
>> how to configure Fedora 14 to be in 24-hour time format?
>> I'm running Fedora 14 in two different instances and neither of them
>> seem to allow me to modify the format of the time to be in 24-hour
>> format rather than the am/pm type.
> You should probably say where you want the 24 hour format to be seen.
> If you just mean the clock on the taskbar, you should be able to
> right-click it and set your preferences.
That is what I meant and I'm able to do it now (after I installed
virtually *ALL* of Fedora other than Clustering and Virtualization and
non-English languages), but I was not able to get the 24-hour time
format from the right-click on the date-time taskbar item.
> If you mean elsewhere, it may be a locale option. *Or, perhaps, an
> environment variable.
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