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RedHat Fedora Core Installation Guide - Chapter 10. Time Zone Selection

Chapter 10. Time Zone Selection

This screen allows you to specify the correct time zone for the location of your computer. Specify a time zone even if you plan to use NTP (Network Time Protocol) to maintain the accuracy of the system clock.

10.1. Selecting a Time Zone

Fedora displays on the screen two methods for selecting the time zone.

	    Time zone selection screen.

Figure 10.1. Time Zone Selection Screen

To select a time zone using the map, select the yellow dot that represents the city nearest to your location. When you place the arrow on a dot, Fedora displays the name of the city below the map. Once you select a dot, it becomes a red X to indicate your selection.

To select a time zone using the list, select the name of the city nearest to your location. The cities are listed in alphabetical order.

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