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how to change timezone in SuSe without reboot server???

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In linux SuSe (9.X or 10.X) , how could i change timezone and make it effect without reboot from shell?

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ikhmer
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Or, you could download the timezone updates using YOU and let YaST do the fix for you...
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Note that my suggestion was SuSE-specific, while the wikihow link is for Linux in general...  and if the asker had a current support subscription, or if using OpenSuSE, had their YOU repositories set to the appropriate OpenSuSE updates site, they'd have the timezone fix avaliable through the methods I suggested...
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