Or how to set the time in Linux.
Here's another thing I always forget: how to change the date or time at the command line, preferably using the Bourne shell in Linux.
To change the date/time on a Linux box to September 10, 2008 at 5:37pm, enter the following:
The ordering of the fields is a bit odd, so pay attention.
where the date/time format is the following:
MM - two digit month
DD - two digit day
HH - two digit hour
mm - two digit minute
YY - two digit year
All are zero padded if date/time values are below 10.
Changing the date time was never easier!