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RE: Changing server timezone



> none really, however symlinks tend to be the preferred method incase
> something changes in the package that the timezone files come from and the
> timezone files are updated. With a symlink, your timezone file that is
> used by the system will be updated at the same time as the package files,
> if you have a hard copy then you will have to remmeber (in 1 or 2 years
> from now) that you also need to update the local system copy as well when
> package xyz gets updated.

OK, definately a good recommendation

Thanks :)

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