Alternatively, you can also check the current system’s timezone by displaying the contents of the
Before changing the timezone, you’ll need to find out the long name for the timezone you want to use. The timezone naming convention usually uses a “Region/City” format.
To list all available time zones, you can either list the files in the
/usr/share/zoneinfo directory or use the
... Europe/Oslo Europe/Paris Europe/Podgorica Europe/Prague Europe/Riga Europe/Rome Europe/Samara ...
Once you identify which time zone is accurate to your location, run the following command as sudo user:
sudo timedatectl set-timezone your_time_zone
For example, to change the system’s timezone to
<pre><code>sudo timedatectl set-timezone Europe/Rome</code></pre>
timedatectl command to verify the changes:
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