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I noticed a very annoying bug after completing a fresh OEM installation. After booting and setting up a user profile from the oem-config, it seems that some of the date and time packages are getting removed.

Now the time won't switch from 24h to 12h. I even tried to change the settings in dconf but had no success.

What am I missing?

If I do a normal installation, everything works fine.

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  • Dismiss saying that Wingpanel, tzdata, libboost-date-time1.58.0 and python3-dateutil were not installed. I have tried sudo dpkg-reconfigure tzdata but still not success. – Giovanni Caligaris Nov 18 '17 at 14:34
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Solved it.

Had to install wingpanel-indicator-datetime_2.0.2+r223+pkg11~daily from the daily ppa.

https://launchpad.net/~elementary-os/+archive/ubuntu/daily/+sourcepub/8449080/+listing-archive-extra

Everything works now

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