Re: yast, one module sagfaults
Date: Mon, 6 Dec 2004 20:39:05 -0000
Zbigniew A. wrote:
> BTW, are there any tools, preferably CLI, to configure time? :)
yast can run as CLI. Open a terminal, su to root, run yast.
Not sure if you are going to get the same error or not.
programs to influence time
timezone, date, netdate, ntpdate, tzfile, stime, adjtimex an much more
you can find with 'apropos time|less'
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