In the Kaplan flashcards for CompTIA - XK0-004 LINUX+, question ID # 1222922 asks "Which command will change your Linux computer's time zone?" The correct answer is listed as "ln". Unless i'm mistaken (always a possibility LOL) this is not correct.
CompTIA - XK0-004 LINUX+, Flashcard ID # 1222922
timedatectlI think will let you change the timezone.
On an earlier linux distro, if
timedatectlisn't available, you can create a symlink to
/etc/localtimeto the time zone in the
/usr/share/zoneinfodirectory. Hence maybe the use of
lnbut in anycase, they should have completed the command for us.
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