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Change the timezone in a terminal

I connect my web server via SSH Terminal on Mac. cat /var/www/vhosts/example.com/statistics/logs/error_log The Date of my server and local computer differs so output of error_logs is not efficient ...
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Setting System Timezone based on a timestamp

I want to set the system date and timezone based on a string that looks like this (output of Javascript new Date().toString()): Fri Aug 01 2014 12:13:27 GMT+0200 (CEST) The standard way to set ...
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Timezone setting in Linux [closed]

I'm setting the timezone to GMT+6 on my Linux machine by copying the zoneinfo file to /etc/localtime, but the date command is still showing the time as UTCtime-6. Can any one explain to me this ...
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Why does TZ=UTC-8 produce dates that are UTC+8?

The current time in Los Angeles is 18:05. But when I run TZ=UTC-8 date --iso=ns, I get: 2013-12-07T10:05:37,788173835+0800 The date utility tells me that the time is 10:05, and even says that it's ...
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Change System Time/Date

I'm running Linux Mint 15 with KDE 4.10.4+ Here's what I get when I run date: user:~ > date Die Okt 29 15:47:54 UTC 2013 Where "Die Okt" indicates a German-language setting, which I don't ...
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How can I have `date` output the time from a different timezone?

I have a server running with the timezone set to UTC. It seemed like that was generally a good practice (please correct me if I'm wrong). Anyhow, one of the servers I connect to, in order to scp ...
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How can I set the time in Centos so that resetting the OS doesn't revert to its default value?

I have a VPS running on Cent Os 5.8 (x86). There are situations in which we are forced to reset the entire VPS (it hangs and the only way to get it back on is to reset it). When we do so, the time is ...
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What does XST in the date command output mean?

When executing the date command (on CentOS), it gives me something like this: Thu May 10 20:15:07 XST 2012 My local time zone is CEST, which was at that moment 22:15:07, so the printed time ...
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/etc/shadow date of last password change—UTC or local time?

man 5 shadow gives the following description of the third field in each line: The date of the last password change, expressed as the number of days since Jan 1, 1970. The value 0 has a ...