Leo Talbot writes:
> I came in this morning, inserted 64 MB of memory into my machine, turned it
> on, and all of a sudden I'm running EST.
>> a) How to fix? I want back to GMT
Under redhat 6, there should be a file /etc/localtime. It should be
linked to or copied from the appropriate file under /usr/share/timezone,
eg. /usr/share/timezone/Eire. This may be slightly different on other
Of course, you can also use linuxconf :)
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