Fedora Installation :: Set The Time In The System Tray To The Standard AM/PM Setting Instead Of Military Time?

Jan 29, 2010

Just making one last tweak with my fresh install of F12KDE. I need to . How do I do this

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Ubuntu :: 10.10 Clock Is In Military Time - How To Change The Setting

Nov 6, 2010

In Kubuntu 10.10, the clock is set to military time. I shouldn't have to do the math just to look at the clock. There is no setting anywhere to change it to normal time.

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Slackware :: Change From Military Time In 13.1?

Jan 21, 2011

I can't find how to do this.

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Fedora :: System Clock - How To Permanently Setting The Correct Time

Jul 21, 2009

I have adjust the clock to my country current time but after a reboot,all the setting is gone. How to permanently setting the correct time?I have select my country region.

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Fedora :: 11 Boot Time / System Hangs For A Very Long Time On Starting Udev?

Sep 25, 2009

When booting Fedora 11, my system hangs for a very long time on starting udev. Sometimes I get an I/O error. However, my hardware is fine. I do eventually get in to the system.

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Ubuntu :: Setting System Time Not Saved

Jul 23, 2010

Right now I'm 2hrs ahead of my normal time zone, i.e. the time zone I chose when I installed. So I changed the system clock right , ie right click Time > Prefferences. But when I re-boot it keeps reverting to the original time.

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Software :: Hardware Clock Differs From System Time After Setting

Feb 26, 2009

I'm setting the hardware clock on RHEL 5.1 system using /sbin/hwclock --systohc. After setting the clock I issue a date command followed by a /sbin/hwclock --show from within a script to get fast resolution and I see that the hardware clock precedes the system time on average by .5 seconds. I would think the clock should be identical after setting.

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Ubuntu Servers :: System Time Runs Slow Hareware Time Run Right?

Apr 11, 2011

I am running my Ubuntu 32 bit server on top of Windows 7 64 bit with VirualBox. It's a 2 core Atom. It's been working good for about half a year. But the last about 6 weeks the system time only in Ubuntu is going slow. About -8 per 24 hours! I can only guess because I have more things running in my Windows 7 and Ubuntu.

I can set it right by coping the hareware time to system time with this command:

hwclock --hctosys

I want to run a crontab to have that command run every minute. But it don't seem to run.


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General :: Short A Time Can Time (system Program) Measure?

Apr 15, 2010

I'm just wondering what the limits for time are. I have a program that always takes exactly 20 ms, so I assume this is the lowest it can measure, but I want to see if there's some sort of documentation of this.

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General :: Get The Values For The User Time And System Time For A Process?

Aug 4, 2009

get the values for the user time and system time for a process.i have tried getrusage to get values of ru_utime and ru_stimebut these don't seem to be correct

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Ubuntu :: System Time Is Wrong All The Time?

Apr 29, 2011

I installed Ubuntu inside windows(Win 7).Both works good.I found that system time is wrong in both OS.Every time i Change it manually but it changes again on reboot!

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Ubuntu :: Comply With ISO 8601 Date And Time Standard?

Aug 12, 2010

I've been trying to make Ubuntu comply with the ISO 8601 date & time standard, but to no avail. Here are the workarounds tried 1.Added LC_TIME="en_DK.UTF-8" to /etc/default/locale 2.Added LC_TIME="en_DK.UTF-8" to /etc/environment 3.Replaced /usr/lib/locale/en_US.utf8/LC_TIME with /usr/lib/locale/en_DK.utf8/LC_TIME.

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Fedora :: Save Setting In Alsamixer - Get 6ch Every Time After Reboot?

Jul 21, 2010

I change the audio channels to 6 in alsamixer by choosing my sound card and change the channels to '6ch'. But this setting is not preserved. I see that after a reboot the channels are again going back to 2ch. I have to manually change everytime to 6ch after each reboot. Is there a way to save the setting in alsamixer so that I will get 6ch everytime after reboot? I am not sure I have explained my problem in a way so that you can understand.

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Fedora :: Network Time Protocol Part Of Date / Time Settings

Oct 3, 2009

I've got fedora 11 set up to use network time protocol to sync my laptop's date & time when I'm on-line. The question is simple really, I've added a local universality's time server (what is public) and it's live. but it's added to the end of the default time servers what come with fedora. How do I get fedora to just use the local time server, is it a case of removing the default time servers for fedora, but there is a box what says advanced options which are. sync system clock before starting service ???? & use Local time source (( is that the same as the local ntp server that I've got set up ))Hope some body can help me with the network time protocol part of Date/Time settings.

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Server :: When Executed Last Command Its Showing System Ip Logged In Time And Logged Out Time The Output?

Feb 27, 2011

logging in a server through putty in the same network when i executed last command its showing system ip logged in time and logged out time the output as followsthis is my system
oot pts1 xx.xx.xx day month date time in time out timeand similarly am geeting other than this likeroot :0day month date time still logged in this is from more than 3 days its logged in

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Red Hat / Fedora :: Date And Time Changing All Time / Solution For It?

Jan 11, 2010

I have a problem..
the Date and time are changing all the time...

Meanwhile, I'm set the clock every day, But I must find a solution ... Do you have a solution?

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General :: Setting Time And Date / Setting Calendar Format?

May 14, 2010

Have installed Suse 11.2. how can I change the calendar format dd/mm/yyyy and how to configure the system to sync.from an ntp?

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OpenSUSE :: Setting The System Back To Standard KDE 4.6.0?

Jun 15, 2011

over here on my desktop I have KDE 4.6.4 running, updated from 4.6.0 through all intermediate steps. In the last few days I feel, that it got a bit unstable and I think, I have messed it up again, with doing some stupid things in the repository management. But of course, I donīt remember what I did...

So I am asking myself, if I could reset the system to the state where it came from: KDE 4.6.0, including all the updates from the standard openSUSE repositories.

I would do it as follows:

1. deactivate the additional KDE repositories and X11 from OBS (I needed it for installing xbindkeys)

2. switch packages to the standard repositories, which came with openSUSE, and also switch the packages to Packman

3. run an update, or how it is called, the switch back to 4.6.0

would this work, or would I completly mess the system up?

I then would leave it like it is, with the only additional repoīs: Packman

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Red Hat / Fedora :: Time Config / Always Changes Time Automatically?

Jun 18, 2010

I have a concern regarding my clock in fedora 12. It always changes time even when I do not change it.

In fedora 10, I to go to CLI > time config > uncheck UTC, But now, it doesn't seem to work. Code: [jun@localhost ~]$ time config
Command not found.

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Fedora :: Every Time Try To Use 7z It Freezes System?

Jul 7, 2011

Can someone tell my why every time I try to use 7z it freezes my system? I can't move my mouse, I can't type, I can't kill my xsession. I then restart my system and everything returns to normal. When I try to use 7z my system again freezes.

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Debian Installation :: System Going Down - Install Fails Every Time

Apr 27, 2015

When I try to install Debian 8 on my laptop I get this rather odd error. The install fails every time. I've managed to get as far as choosing which Desktop Environment I want and the shortly after it shuts off. It shows 4 messages

Code: Select allSystem is going down!
Sending Termsignal
Sending Killsignal
Requesting Machine Poweroff

The machine I'm trying to install on is a Gateway NV53, 4gb of RAM, AMD Athlon II x64.

At first I thought it might be my disc so I burnt another DVD using the 4.3GB DVD image I had downloaded. I checked the disc and it verified with the image and so I tried again with the same results as above. Any clue what might be causing this? I'm sure it isn't my hardware, Arch has been running fine for almost 6 months and never seemed to care.

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Fedora :: Battle Over System Time Win 7 Vs FC 13--FIGHT?

Sep 23, 2010

I have dual boot Windows 7 Pro and Fedora Core 13 (Round 1)If I change the time on Windows it bumps my Fedora time backwards 6 hours (Round 2)if i change the time on Fedora it knocks my Windows time forward 6 hours

This is only a two round bout, the judges are picking the winner. What do you all think? The obvious solution is just change the time zone in one of the systems to compensate. I was just looking for other ideas.

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General :: Windows - System Time Is Off In Fedora

May 16, 2010

I have a desktop PC with Fedora, Ubuntu and Windows installed and grub used for multibooting. But time in Fedora is always 5 hours behind. If I change the time in Fedora, then Windows and Ubuntu will be 5 hours ahead of the current time. I don't understand how to fix it.

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Fedora :: How To Access Time Using <time.h>

Sep 27, 2010

how to access current date and time from the system through CMOS in C programmes in Fedora.

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Ubuntu Installation :: System Freezes Every Time I Install 'Drapes'

Feb 24, 2010

My system freezes every time I install "Drapes",why?

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Fedora :: System Time Discrepancy On Dual-boot XP / F12?

Jan 24, 2010

why, after booting to windows for any length of time that upon rebooting to Fedora the system time is 3 or 4 or 6 hours off? Sure, it is easily fixed with ntpdate but is there a more permanent fix?

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Red Hat / Fedora :: System Time Jumps, Applications Crashing?

Oct 17, 2010

I run a mostly untouched CentOS server, nothing is installed except a server app to store data. The server has been crashing lately - after a year of no problems, so I looked into the logs of it and noticed weird discrepancies in the time around the time it crashs. So I started "watch date >> datefile" and this is what happens:

Code: Sun Oct 17 09:52:45 CEST 2010
Sun Oct 17 09:52:47 CEST 2010
Sun Oct 17 09:52:49 CEST 2010


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Red Hat / Fedora :: How To Change Delay Time Before System Start In Grub

Apr 2, 2010

I want to install my system on my U-Disk.So I need to delay the time when system starting before the system recognized the U-Disk. How to change it in the grub? If I change it ,how can I save it in order not to change it every time I start the computer? Is it in the /boot/grub/menu.lst?

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Red Hat / Fedora :: Internet Every Time When System Is Boot Or Network Is Disconnected?

Sep 29, 2010

I got problem in my internet every time when system is boot or network is disconnected i have to enter the DNS address(number) primary and secondary

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Red Hat / Fedora :: System Is Eating More Memory And The Usage Is Keep On Increasing And At Particular Time

May 5, 2011

My server is keep on hanging So I have rebooted several times in the last couple of weeks, the system is eating more memory and the usage is keep on increasing and at particular time it became saturated and my server hungs. I could not find which process is eating more memory. I have used the below commands to check if any process is eating more memory but no luck. No such process are using high memory.

1) Top
2) ps -eo pcpu,pmem,user,args


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