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If Singapore time is GMT/UTC time plus 8 hours and you are put 16 hours ahead when you reboot, your system appears to be compensating twice for the offset. On a CentOS 7 system, I had a problem with the time being off by several hours until I used the timedatectl command. E.g.: timedatectl set-timezone Asia/Singapore The "set-timezone" option does the ...
First make a backup of local time file. sudo mv /etc/localtime /etc/localtime.bak then, sudo ln -s /usr/share/zoneinfo/Country/City /etc/localtime replace your country and city where you live. save and reboot. for more informations follow these two threads. change timezone , i think this has some additional details for you.
Perhaps there was an alias for "tree" before you added your own alias. Referring to the manual page, it has an option that might be useful in an alias: -C Turn colorization on always, using built-in color defaults if the LS_COLORS environment variable is not set. Useful to colorize output to a pipe. That could have been used to "help" with cases ...
steve CSNETS = (operator) /usr/local/op_commands/ ^ ^ ^ ^ username hostname execute commands as operator path name to commands Read the manual for more details, you can focus on "Runas_Spec". Best regards,
I experienced the same problem. It seems rpmforge's packages that git needs are broken. I had to temporarily disable that yum repo in order to download git correctly. yum-config-manager --disable rpmforge Then try to install git using... yum install git You may need to install another yum repo to substitute rpmforge, however I did not need to.
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