Using the Command Line (terminal)
Using the command line, you can use dpkg-reconfigure tzdata.
Open a terminal window by going to Applications>Accessories>Terminal
3. Follow the directions in the terminal.
Using the Command Line (unattended)
Find out the long description for the timezone you want to configure. Save
this name to /etc/timezone and run
sudo dpkg-reconfigure --frontend noninteractive tzdata:
$ echo "Australia/Adelaide" | sudo tee
/etc/timezoneAustralia/Adelaide$ sudo dpkg-reconfigure --frontend
noninteractive tzdataCurrent default time zone:
'Australia/Adelaide'Local time is now: Sat May 8 21:19:24 CST
2010.Universal Time is now: Sat May 8 11:49:24 UTC 2010.
This can be scripted if required.
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