Hi I recommend using the ~/.mycroft/mycroft.conf over the /etc/mycroft/mycroft.conf one. The timezone change won’t work since the info should be under a “location” key and not in the root config.
stt changed in the config in mycroft-core (this config should never be modified) will be overridden by the config from home so that’s why that part isn’t working. Try to put the stt config in the ~/.mycroft/mycroft.conf config.
There actually is no mycroft folder in /etc/mycroft/mycroft.conf (it is however set in “locations.py” but skipped on startup)
Because of your comment i looked arround and found that i can set my location in the Profile settings, ty!
My bad, i had in fact overlooked the “location” key. Everything works fine now.
Why did my changing of the stt module in mycroft-core/mycroft/configuration/mycroft.conf not have any effect.
The ~/.mycroft/mycroft.conf did not contain anything but the (incorrect) timezone setting, and there exists no config in /etc/...
Isn’t the hierarchy remote > home > etc > mycroft-core ?