On Fri, 01 Feb 2008 19:11:41 +0000
Wulfy <email@example.com> wrote:
> Preston Kutzner wrote:
> > Choose "Time and Date"
> > Pick your timezone from the list
> I did that on mine. The timezone should be London but no matter what I
> do, it reverts to Guernsey...
If you're not scared of the command-line, you can open up a terminal
and, depending on which version of Ubuntu you're running, you can try
one of the following:
user@host~:$ sudo tzconfig
Then follow the prompts.
user@host~:$ sudo dpkg-reconfigure tzdata
It's the replacement for tzconfig. It's ncurses-based so you have a
little bit of a "graphical" interface for it. Just follow the prompts
to pick your timezone and you should be good-to-go.
Also, if you want to sync your hardware clock to your system clock, you
can run the following:
user@host~:$ sudo hwclock --systohc
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