Bug#877900: How to get 24-hour time on en_US.UTF-8 locale now?

2019-02-08 Thread Roman Mamedov
On Fri, 8 Feb 2019 10:42:06 +0100 Aurelien Jarno wrote: > Yes, that's normal that only LANG is set, as it's the one with less > priority. That said there was clearly something setting LC_ALL to > en.US-UTF-8 before, you might want to grep /etc for that. When only LANG > is set, you should get

Bug#877900: How to get 24-hour time on en_US.UTF-8 locale now?

2019-02-08 Thread Aurelien Jarno
On 2019-02-08 14:33, Roman Mamedov wrote: > On Fri, 8 Feb 2019 10:21:41 +0100 > Aurelien Jarno wrote: > > > What is the content of /etc/default/locale? it looks like you have an > > additional entry than the LANG one set by dpkg-reconfigure locales. > > "dpkg-reconfigure locales" only writes

Bug#877900: How to get 24-hour time on en_US.UTF-8 locale now?

2019-02-08 Thread Aurelien Jarno
On 2019-02-07 14:55, Roman Mamedov wrote: > So for those of us (the entire world), who have been relying on this behavior: > > > * en_US (.UTF-8) is used as the default English locale for all places that > > don't have a specific variant (and often even then). Generally, technical > > users

Bug#877900: How to get 24-hour time on en_US.UTF-8 locale now?

2019-02-08 Thread Roman Mamedov
On Fri, 8 Feb 2019 10:21:41 +0100 Aurelien Jarno wrote: > What is the content of /etc/default/locale? it looks like you have an > additional entry than the LANG one set by dpkg-reconfigure locales. "dpkg-reconfigure locales" only writes LANG=C.UTF-8 (or any other accordingly) to that file. This

Bug#877900: How to get 24-hour time on en_US.UTF-8 locale now?

2019-02-08 Thread Wouter Verhelst
On Thu, Feb 07, 2019 at 02:05:33PM +0100, Adam Borowski wrote: > > LC_TIME="en_US.UTF-8" If you don't want US time, don't set US time. Instead, do something like: LC_TIME=en_BE.UTF-8 which means "I want time in English, but using Belgian customs, not the US ones". You may have to custom edit