Time zones are areas on Earth that have the same time. Use this tag if you have problems setting up your `timezone` in Ubuntu.

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How to manually update time in time zone?

There was a time change in Europe (-1h) but my system didn't change it :( What can I do? My time zone is correct (checked with sudo dpkg-reconfigure tzdata).
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Why hwclock is neither UTC nor local?

$ timedatectl Local time: Fri 2015-01-30 11:04:51 CET correct UTC+1 Universal time: Fri 2015-01-30 10:04:51 UTC correct UTC Timezone: Europe/Budapest (CET, +0100) ...
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Snappy timezone

I read the snappy config command, but I still can't change timezone. The example doesn't looks like a terminal command! Can you help me to set my snappy timezone? Thank you
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Adjust daylight savings in LXDE

Is there a way to make LXDE adjust the clock for daylight savings? It doesn't have to be done automatically, I can "click the button myself" but just not tamper with the value of the clock itself. ...
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timezone change resets after reboot ubuntu 11.10

I am trying to change my timezone from HKT to JST or any other timezone for that using the most commonly used command that I can find sudo dpkg-reconfigure tzdata. This successfully changes the ...
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Persistent failure for Kubuntu to retain simple data

I find my Ubuntu OS failing miserably when it can not keep my Portland ORE ( pacific time zone ) associated with both my desktop and my laptop. I am assuming the UTC universalizes and thus ...
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Can Ubuntu determine my physical location and set time?

Can Ubuntu determine my physical location and set time and time-zone automatically like OSx does? I haven't found anything about it, only about time synchronization once the location is set by me.