One damn disgusting thing about using Gnome with an English locale is, that shows me the first day of the week Sunday. It is terribly uncomfortable and irritating. The solution is damn simple to change the order of the localization file from
first_weekday 1 на first_weekday 2. And because I'm lazy to do it by hand every time I did it in a script 😉 That when I update the localizations and the situation is blurred ugly. The script must be run root.
#!/bin/bash if [ $EUID -ne 0 ] then echo -en "\n \033[1;31m Must be a root \033[0m \n" exit 0 fi LOCAL=$(locale | grep LANG | cut -d"=" -f2 | cut -d"." -f1) FILE="/usr/share/i18n/locales/$LOCAL" if [ -f $FILE ] then sed -i 's/^first_weekday.*/first_weekday 2/' $FILE locale-gen killall gnome-panel echo -en "\n \n \n \033[44;1;33m Done \033[0m \n \n \n" else echo -en "\n \033[1;31m File doesent exixst \033[0m \n" fi
If you eventually use another type of localization, the script will intercept it. And will do it on Monday if it is not и Here is a link to script.