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Solved Default timezone for the Raspberry Pi 3 in there

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  1. OutsourcedGuru

    OutsourcedGuru Active Member

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    Just noting that the timestamp for my gcode files in OctoPrint (and probably other places) was off by seven hours on my Robo C2 until I went into:

    ssh pi@name-of-printer.local
    sudo raspi-config
    Internationalisation Options
    ...and set some of the features there, to include US -> Pacific-New (which appears to fix the time)

    Note that a reboot will be required after that, so don't do it during a print.
     
  2. mark tomlinson

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    Assuming you are Pacific time :) I don't remember changing that but I must have
     
  3. WheresWaldo

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    You can also use
    Code:
    sudo dpkg-reconfigure tzdata
     
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  4. OutsourcedGuru

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    Yep. That's one of three or four commands that are spawned from raspi-config when you run it in the Internationalisation area to perform the work.
     
  5. OutsourcedGuru

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    Fortunately, I'm a stone's throw from Robo themselves.
     

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