Changing the system time zone
You can set the time zone in two ways:
Select the ``Country'' and, if appropriate,
the ``Timezone''. If you cannot find your country
or timezone, you must select whether it is east or west
of Greenwich Mean Time, and the hours and minutes
from GMT. For example, select GMT+2
represents two hours east of GMT.
Any users logged in (including root) during the time zone
change operation will not see the change until they log out and log
in again. This is because the timezone variable (located in
/etc/TIMEZONE) is read at login time.
Translating files between different codesets
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UnixWare 7 Release 7.1.4 - 22 April 2004