Re: how to change date of system
On Wed, 12 Nov 2008 10:16:03 +0100
"abdelkader belahcene" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I want to change the time for my system, ( the time displayed doesn't
correspond to my country which is gmt+1)
I use date -s, but I have to do it at each reboot,
how to do it permanently
Set the time in the BIOS to GMT, edit /etc/default/rcS (UTC=yes) and run
"dpkg-reconfigure tzdata" to specify your timezone.
To keep always the correct time, you can run ntpd.