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Re: setting the right time zone

On Sat, 2007-04-07 at 20:40 +0100, andy wrote:
> Hello
> On my partner's Etch machine, the time zone seems to default to one that 
> is not appropriate. I am wanting the time zone for England, but whenever 
> my partner logs in, the system time shows Guernsey which is one hour 
> ahead of UK BST. I've checked the BIOS clock and that is accurate. I've 
> tried adjusting it through the KDE Control Centre, but again, this works 
> only for that session, and even after that, the setting still shows 
> Guernsey rather than London. Whenever she logs in again, it is one hour 
> ahead of actual time.
> I suspect that I might have to fix this at a more system-wide level than 
> that offered by KDE, but don't know where to start. Can someone be kind 
> enough to give me a couple of pointers please.

As root or sudo


And follow the prompt.

greg, greg@gregfolkert.net

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