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I like to set the CDT timezone, but it shows CST still even after I activated the DayLight Time
cat /etc/environment | grep TZ
Now looking at date:
Tue Dec 20 05:34:45 CST 2016
How can I make it from CST to CDT ?
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In smitty where I need to change, for my server take automatic the daylight savings time.
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