Today's article is about finding your timezone in the terminal.

KGIII

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Exactly as the title says, though mostly useful for people managing servers in different locations:


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That was good and easy and gave more time on using the terminal. :):cool: Danke
 

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There are a bunch of similar articles - things easy to do in the terminal - under the 'command line' category:


Many of those are easy stuff for people just learning to use Linux. They all resolve a problem or give you information and you're likely most interested in the latter.

Like there's this article about 'tail': https://linux-tips.us/a-little-about-the-tail-command/ (which has a link to the 'head' command) and those even have practice files you'll download by using wget in the terminal.
 

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That's because you configured that yourself, on Ubuntu it shows this as an example.
Code:
[email protected]:~$ ls -l /etc/localtime
lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 36 aug 16 20:24 /etc/localtime -> /usr/share/zoneinfo/Europe/London
If you actually configured the timezone according to the Arch Installation guide you would have actually configured a Zone/SubZone. Unless you had a reason for using zoneinfo/GB?
I run Arch as well and I get the same as on my Ubuntu vm ;)
 
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