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Old 10-18-2002
Solaris 8 locale setting

Hello
does anybody know how to change the LC_TIME locale on solaris 8 to dd/mm/YYYY

currently it is set to.

#locale -ck LC_TIME
d_fmt="%m/%d/%y"


Thanks
thangorn
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Old 10-21-2002
Look at the man pages for date (man date)

Or

Not 100% certain but you will need to get to the OK prompt.
From there run the printenv command and this might help with your date format question.
 

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