timing in script

Posted on 1999-07-31
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Last Modified: 2010-04-20
I wonder is it possible to write a script that would execute at particular time and date that I set. If so how is it done.
Question by:Malensek
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at time < script

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use cron

see "man cron" and "man crontab"

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dagmatic earned 100 total points
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as gunny says cron is definitely the way to go. Redhat has a nice graphical tool for this in their control-panel app.

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