On Windows operating systems this can be very simple to do, however on most Linux flavors this can be quite difficult. For the purpose of this guide we will show you how to change your date/time to IST (Indian Standard Time) which equates to UTC+5:30.
timedatectl set-ntp 0
timedatectl set-timezone Asia/Kolkata
date -s "28 DEC 2018 14:38"
Now your date/time should be swapped across to your preferred timezone. If you have any issues with this guide or are having trouble setting this up then please let us know.
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