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  1. #1
    jhaitov NNTP User

    Default Week starts Tuesday


    I usually switch to English (UK) locale first thing after installing
    Linux distro to have the week start on Monday and not Saturday in
    Gnome's Clock Applet. Did the same to OpenSUSE 11.1, and... it now
    starts on Tuesday. Can someone advise how to fix it manually? And of
    course, would be nice to have an update fix it automatically for the
    dummies like me.


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    somehost NNTP User

    Default Re: Week starts Tuesday


    This is a problem that I am also experiencing with the week start day
    being on Tuesday and the first week of 2009 beginning in week 2 of the
    year.

    There is an issue that I have found with regards to using the en_GB
    locale and have found a bug logged at sourceware.org with a proposed
    patch - 'Bug 7068 - en_GB locale has wrong week specifier'
    (http://sourceware.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=7068).

    Unfortunately I am not technical enough to deploy this patch and I am
    wondering if there is anyone in the community who could post a HOWTO so
    that we can correct this problem on our systems while waiting for the
    final fix.

    Thanks


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