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Fedora: system-config-date-1.7.13-0.fc3.1 update Print E-mail
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Fedora enable Gujarati and Tamil translations (#140881)

Fedora Update Notification

Product     : Fedora Core 3
Name        : system-config-date
Version     : 1.7.13
Release     : 0.fc3.1
Summary     : A graphical interface for modifying system date and time
Description :
system-config-date is a graphical interface for changing the system date
time, configuring the system time zone, and setting up the NTP daemon to
synchronize the time of the system with a NTP time server.


* Fri Nov 26 2004 Nils Philippsen <> 1.7.13-0.fc3.1

- enable Gujarati and Tamil translations (#140881)

* Mon Nov 22 2004 Nils Philippsen <> 1.7.12-1

- remove wrongly encoded character (#140318) and duplicate word from
  man page

This update can be downloaded from:

c2a504357026783de690ab0926b1cb50  SRPMS/system-config-
4865620c7fecb19a17d93793265c7b0f  x86_64/system-config-
4865620c7fecb19a17d93793265c7b0f  i386/system-config-

This update can also be installed with the Update Agent; you can
launch the Update Agent with the 'up2date' command.

     Nils Philippsen    /    Red Hat    /
"They that can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary
 safety deserve neither liberty nor safety."     -- B. Franklin, 1759
 PGP fingerprint:  C4A8 9474 5C4C ADE3 2B8F  656D 47D8 9B65 6951 3011

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