How to set time?

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How to set time?

Postby jkbuckethead » Tue Jan 16, 2018 6:26 pm

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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Re: How to set time?

Postby bigfoot65 » Wed Jan 17, 2018 5:41 am

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.
There are no settings associated with the app you can change. The time zone is set when you install Fedora.

However, you can change it via command line. See Change Timezone in Linux for guidance.
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