Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Linux Mint (or other Linux versions which require a code to set time and date)

I'm trying out Linux Mint 13 Maya with Cinnamon.  I dunno, I guess I am getting kind of tired of Ubuntu?  So we'll see how Mint stacks up.  So far it looks very nice.  I guess I am getting tired of the Unity theme and poor multi-monitor support.  Although, I've first installed Mint on one of my laptops side-by-side with Ubuntu.  Pretty easy installation using a USB stick.

Anyways, I was trying to adjust the time and in the Cinnamon Settings under Calender it requires a "code" of types.  Go here to get the look you want.


I found that if you go to the Date and Time under System Tools and System Settings you can change the date and time normally.

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