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I go into yast and change the date but is stays in March on the desktop: does this have anything to do with that? Verifying archive integrity...Error in MD5 checksums: ...
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    Unable To Change Date on Desktop


    I go into yast and change the date but is stays in March on the desktop:
    does this have anything to do with that?

    Verifying archive integrity...Error in MD5 checksums: ee3f50986867105dd9931522100269d6 is different from 915e19af4522b70ad2c7846b0fc2396c
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    I found the problem and corrected it!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by cousinlucky View Post
    I found the problem and corrected it!!
    then share for others solution

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    Quote Originally Posted by cousinlucky View Post
    I found the problem and corrected it!!
    Hey there, Lucky.
    Since I've never used OpenSUSE, how did you manage it?
    GUI clicks? Or some deft CLI commands?
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    At the time on August 3, 2012 my computer read March 8, 2012 and I repeatedly went into yast and changed it to 8-3-12.
    I changed it to 12-3-12 to see the outcome which turned out to be March 12, 2012 and then I realized that Suse put up the
    date the European way with the day first, followed by the month and then the year.. The problem was not in my computer but in my
    ( limited ) brain.
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