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Have a Linux script or a command that you want to execute on a regular basis? Well, crontab is just what you need!

[This is a beginner's introduction to using crontab for scheduling commands for the cron daemon to execute at specified times or intervals.]
 read more | score:7398 | -aimar, December 19, 2010
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