I want to get the current date and time according to a remote NTP server, using Linux. I don't want to change the local time as a result; I just want to get the remote date, adjusted for the local ...
I use CentOS, and for some reason, one of the servers I bought (amongst a network of other servers I do not own) is off by one hour. The time is one hour ahead no matter what time zone I set it to. ...
I need to change the date of my system. I'm running a Linux CentOS 5.6 # date +%Z UTC # date Thu Oct 6 11:42:45 UTC 2011 How to change the hour to be UTC/GMT +1? Best Regards,