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9.5. Date and time

Select Date and Time from the Installation Summary Menu.
Set your time zone by selecting the city closest to your computer's physical location.
Specify a time zone even if you plan to use NTP (Network Time Protocol) to maintain the accuracy of the system clock.
There are two ways for you to select a city:
If your city is not available on the map or in the drop-down menu, select the nearest major city in the same timezone.
Configuring the Time Zone
Time zone configuration screen.
Figure 9.3. Configuring the Time Zone

To set the date and time using NTP, leave the Network Time switch in the ON position and click the configuration icon to select which NTP servers Fedora should use. To set the date and time manually, move the switch to the OFF position. The system clock should use your time zone selection to display the correct date and time at the bottom of the screen. If they are still incorrect, adjust them manually.
Once you have made your selection, click Done to return to the Installation Summary Menu.


To change your time zone configuration after you have completed the installation, visit the Date and Time section of the System Settings menu.