Figure 35 Choose the closest city to you in the world to allow Ubuntu to configure time and region settings correctly

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Figure 3.6. Set your clocks accurately, or let the Internet do it for you.

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□ Periodically synchronize clock with Internet servers: Synchronize only once with Internet servers:

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You cannot set Ubuntu to update its time setting automatically until you have finished the installation, but you can do a one-off synchronize, and it is worth doing this to ensure accuracy. Click Forward to continue to the next screen.

Following on from the Time and Region screen is the keyboard layout. Ubuntu will give a good guess at what type of keyboard is connected to your computer, but it allows you to change it in case it should differ. Make sure to find the correct layout for your keyboard (see Figure 3.7). If in doubt, use the text box at the bottom of the screen to try out all the keys.

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