Appliance Version 19
Well I didn't find a UI way, but there's a command line way if you're willing. Note: This is using version 19 of the CS50 Appliance.
1) Open up a Terminal session.
cd /usr/share/zoneinfo and hit Enter.
ls and hit Enter to see:
4) View the various options available to you. Note that the blue text (like
America) are folders with more options. For instance, in
5) When you've found a file corresponding to your time zone (I'm using
New_York in the
America folder as an example) type
sudo ln -sf New_York /etc/localtime and hit Enter to set your local time.
date and hit Enter to verify it worked.
Let me know if you need more clarification or specific instructions to what time zone you're in.
Appliance Version 20
1) Click the
CS50 Menu, select
Time and Date under the
3) Click the
Unlock button and enter in the system password (
crimson by default).
4b) Note: I tried selecting "Keep synchronized with Internet servers" for the
Configuration, and while it gave me an error when trying to install
NTP support, it still adjusted the clock to the correct time, so might be worth a shot.
5) Adjust the time if needed.