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Hi,
I would like to run cron the SFOS. I've tried to install cron, crontab, nothing works.

So, obviously, I miss something, but what?

Thanks.

Last edited by romu; 2015-11-17 at 09:09.
 
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you must google cron usage
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I know how to use it, it's just I don't find any command on SFOS related to cron. So I guess, I must install some additional packages, but I don't know which ones.

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Thanks a lot @coderus.
 
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not me, temev
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There is also fcron in Openrepos.
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Heh, that's my vixie cron port

Very good and reliable basic crond, I have been using it for longer than an year.
 

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Yeah, thank Juiceme for that. I just built it in the obs for my own purposes
 

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Why not just use a systemd timer unit?
 
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