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fredora core 5 crontab gui

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hi,

Please assist is there a gui to manage crontab for fedora core 5? where can i find/download it?


Thanks.
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Hi FrankPorter,

gnome-schedule
http://gnome-schedule.sourceforge.net/

Cheers!
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hi try the following and keep what you like

1. gnome-crontab

 http://rpmforge.net/user/packages/gnome-crontab/

2. here a colloction of some aother webbased tools

 http://www.debianhelp.co.uk/cronweb.htm

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by:FrankPorter
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ssvl,

I've downloaded the first one and tried to install, sadly an error returned,

Error
perl(gtk::handyclist)is needed by package
gnome-crontab


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install the Dependency

use yum to install these Dependencys
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i think apt is install the pkg with all deps
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To install a package and its dependencies, use
yum install <package>

Else, search for required RPMs at
rpmfind.net
rpm.pbone.net
and install them individually.
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sunnycoder,

Sad to say i'm a gui type of user. I tried to use the console and type in, "yum search gnome-crontab" no matches found.

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