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Arch time zone: Wrong time due to local-time hardware clock

My hardware clock is set to local time (GMT +2) and my fresh Arch installation apparently thinks that it is not, so it adds 3 hours to it. I've fiddled with hwclock and timedatectl without hope. I'm ...
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I messed up my system clock in Arch Linux

I installed Arch a couple of days ago. Just realized the date/time were off by a day and one hour. I changed it using timedatectl set-time. Then used hwclock --systohc to set the hardware clock. ...
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Fluxbox time is wrong?

I'm using fluxbox on Arch, and the time is displayed incorrectly in the panel. The time works in XFCE, so I'm not sure why it isn't working in fluxbox. Is there a way to set the time in fluxbox from ...
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Is there a way to adjust the formatting of the date/time in the GNOME 3 login screen and desktop?

I'm specifically looking to change the formatting in two places: On the desktop, the date/time reads "Sat 21:05". I would like it to read "23-Jul-11 21:05" or "23 Jul 11 21:05". In other words, I ...