Archphile is an image of my own configuration. Many of you will need to change some configuration files in order to match your needs. Below I will give you some tips:
The default password for root in Archphile is archphile. However I strongly recommend that you change it the first time you boot Archphile. You just need to login via ssh and use the following command:
Timezone and NTP server configuration
I live in Greece and the timezone/ntp settings are set up for this country. It’s very easy to change them.
– If you want to change the timezone, the first step is to delete /etc/localtime:
The final step is to link /etc/localtime to the appropriate time zone file. In my case the command was:
If you want to explore different locations in order to find the appropriate time zone file use:
or have a look at this page.
– if you want to change the NTP servers just edit /etc/ntp.conf with nano:
The lines I have added for my country are:
The only thing you have to do is just change the above lines and from next boot the time will be synced from your country’s servers.