thanks to all who answered.
I was on the right track, I just need to reboot.
I thought that may have been the problem, but I thought
that I would check with you all before I rebooted. Users
don't like being interrupted
Set it in the file /etc/init/default. (obvious name, no? ;^) I'm
not sure what your timezone would be, but for the Central Time Zone,
United States, you'd put the line
as the only line in the file.
edit your /etc/TIMEZONE file and reboot your machine.
>From firstname.lastname@example.org Thu Feb 22 05:55:25 1996
From: mverge@FASTech.Com (Mary Verge)
Reply-To: mverge@FASTech.Com (Mary Verge)
Date: Tue, 21 Feb 1995 13:26:09 -0500
Subject: set timezone
how do yoou change the TIMEZONE on a machine
running solaris 2.5.
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