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    dpkg-configure tzdata

    ^^^^ is the debian command, it should be the same.

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    Sorted! Above command is correct, but should be reconfigure not configure when using Ubuntu.
    Last edited by Edu-IT; 4th September 2008 at 06:21 PM.

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    Rubaix, OVH eh?

    They're very good, Only had downtime with them once and I had an email as soon as it happened, and another one as soon as it came back up.

    Very Efficient.

    Ubuntu is dead easy to use, its like Debian with a few friendly changes.

    Try grab a live cd and play with it on a local machine with a gui and you'll pick it up in NO time



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