On 25/12/19 11:53, Ed Greshko wrote:
On 2019-12-25 08:26, Doug McGarrett wrote:
> On 12/24/2019 06:58 PM, Bob Goodwin wrote:
>> On 2019-12-24 18:40, Ed Greshko wrote:
>>> What is LC_TYPE?????.
>> Something from my subconscious apparently ...
>> LC_TIME="C" works and I get 24 hour time after rebooting.
>> Thank you
> I'd like to have 24 hour time also but this theme has confused me.
> If I could JUST put LC_TIME="C" and have it work, where would I enter
> this command?
Well, if you want this to be "globally" for a user you'd add
to your ~/.bash_profile file.
However, to have an effect withing thunderbird you'd have to take the additional
of editing its preferences for Date and Time Formatting and check the box for
Regional Setting locale which should show "und" when t-bird is started with
I had the same issue in F30 in Gnome, even though Gnome was showing
times in 24 hour format, Thunderbird 72.0a1 was not. To get Thunderbird
to display times in 24 hour format I had to Gnome
Settings->Details->Date & Time and deactivate 'Automatic Date &
then also installed the Configdate addon to set a hidden Thunderbird
setting to cause Thunderbird to display the date and 24 hour time format
the way I wanted. In the Date & Time settings I have 'Automatic Time
Zone' active and 'Time Format' set to 24-hour.
I'm not using LC_TIME=C as /proc/2593/environ does not have any
reference to LC_TIME.