Re: How to set ISO date/time with en_US.utf8 as system default?
A virtual console (eg, Ctrl+Alt+F2) produces the correct result when I
But if I type ncal in gnome-terminal, it starts the weeks with Sunday
(which is wrong). GNOME problem, right? That's why /etc/default/locale
isn't working how I expected?
On 2017-05-26 12:54, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
I neglected to say my environment. Sorry! I am on GNOME and login via
I do not use SSH and it says connection refused when I try.
when I open a virtual console, and type ncal, the calendar begins with
Monday--so this appears to be working.
The problem is with GNOME, then? I suppose Debian can't help with that?
On 2017-05-26 12:48, Greg Wooledge wrote:
On Fri, May 26, 2017 at 06:31:29PM +0200, email@example.com
~/Desktop $ cat /etc/default/locale
~/Desktop $ locale
As you can see LC_TIME is set to en_DK in /etc/default/locale but
is not reporting this when it is run.
Does this change if you login on a text console?
Does this change if you login via "ssh localhost" (or "ssh $HOSTNAME",
or ssh in from a different host to this one over a network)?
What desktop environment are you using? What display manager are you
using to login?