Please note this is not viable Python code, just an example of the four procedures that I'm trying to keep track of.If a changes, I want a new key, if b changes I want a new pair of values in the appropriate key of a, and if c changes, I want to update the existing pair of a: (b, c).Couple more examples given the existing dictionary: Okay, someone asked to see what I've tried.. dict[a] = [(b, c)] if b changes, I don't know how to add it to the existing key without replacing the existing pair of [(b, c)] if c changes, I don't know how to perform arithmetic on the value inside the pair inside the key.Sorry, I'm fairly new, I know this is probably just a syntax question.$ ls /usr/share/zoneinfo/ Africa/ CET Etc/ Hongkong Kwajalein Pacific/ ROK America/ Chile/ Europe/ HST Libya Poland Singapore Zulu Antarctica/ CST6CDT GB Iceland MET Portugal Turkey Arctic/ Cuba GB-Eire Indian/ Mexico/ posix/ UCT Asia/ EET GMT Iran MST posixrules Universal Atlantic/ Egypt GMT0 iso3166MST7MDT PRC US/ Australia/ Eire GMT-0 Israel Navajo PST8PDT UTC Brazil/ EST GMT 0 Jamaica NZ right/ WET Canada/ EST5EDT Greenwich Japan NZ-CHAT ROC W-SU are intentionally reversed for backwards compatibility with POSIX standards. Your Q here was how to change the timezone, which I answered. timezone or not that the SO A provided is accurate, but I neglected to include that here, since you weren't really asking about that, though I thought.
I SSH to our linux router and cd to /var/bind/internal and found the zone file that the hastebin DNS entry was in. I also added the other site to this file and I can still only reach it by typing the IP.
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