dragoncrest at voyager.net
Mon Aug 11 11:32:43 PDT 2003
Thank you! I knew it was something increadibly simple, hence why I was
overlooking it. :)
> On Mon, Aug 11, 2003 at 01:03:49PM -0400 or thereabouts, Dragoncrest
> > Ok, it seems I've found my problem for why my cron jobs are running 4
> > hours early. But I'm unsure how to fix this. Does anyone know the
> > command I need to run to set my timezone back to GMT, or what file do I
> > need to remove so that it thinks that it's running on GMT again??
> rm /etc/localtime will switch back to GMT.
> To change your timezone, make a symlink from /etc/localtime to
> /usr/share/zoneinfo/<Region>/<City in TZ>.
> -- Josh
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