|How to set the Time / Date and Timezone in CentOS|
|UNIX / Linux - Redhat / Fedora|
|Sunday, 25 July 2010 21:27|
In this article we will show you how to set the time, date and timezone within CentOS. Though I'm sure this method will remain the same through the various Linux distributions.
Below are the commands that are required. For the date command this will set the time and date to 25th July 22:17. The syntax is `date MMDDhhmmYYYY`.
To confirm your machine is set with the right time and date run the following commands :
[root@Fileserver ~]# date
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