It's a minor problem, but my time is off by about an hour. It may simply be because I set my system clock in BIOS during daylight savings. Rather than reboot and change the BIOS setting, I would prefer to do it from the UI. I've looked long and hard, but I could not find any time settings. I checked the forum, but unfortunately "time" is one of those common words you can't search for without getting way too many hits. I did find a reference to the Network Time app so I tried installing it.
It's installed, and it is shown as running. However, I cannot find any settings to configure the app. I figure even if it has a default server, I at least need to configure the time zone.
Any help is appreciated.
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There are no settings associated with the app you can change. The time zone is set when you install Fedora.I cannot find any settings to configure the app. I figure even if it has a default server, I at least need to configure the time zone.
However, you can change it via command line. See Change Timezone in Linux for guidance.
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