Why does Evolution need to ask me to set the timezone, when I already set this
up in Anaconda during installation ?
(More annoyingly, the list of locations between the two are different).
I hope to improve timezone handling across GNOME for FC4/RHEL5; adding
this to FC4Target tracker bug
See also this bug, which has some more information:
*** Bug 115766 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
The pertinent information referred to in Comment #2 was a link to this
Retitling this bug to "Consolidate timezone-handling within the desktop"
(for my reference, bug 130745 has a further timezone issue)
For reference, another timezone issue in evolution:
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dave jones moved to devel. checking the needinfo box -- thanks!
*** Bug 186872 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Not an FC7Target issue at this point, obviously
There has been done change of reading of time zone information, since
2007-07-30. It is read from system. This is included in F8T3 (Evolution 2.12).
I'm not sure about part of "read timezone from anaconda", that's not working, as
far as I know.
Right, and given these improvements Evolution should no longer have to ask you
for your password when you create a new account, as mentioned in the first comment.
Password. I meant timezone.
I just tried evolution-2.12.3-1.fc8 from Fedora 8 and it is still asking me for
the time zone.
Created attachment 295136 [details]
evolution asking for timezone information
this bug is still present in evolution-2.22.0-1.fc9.i386
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