I want to add a shell, run in fixed time. But I can't use 'crond'

asked 24 Jan '11, 23:53

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You are able to use crontab -e to add new tasks that will be run via cron. More details here:


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answered 24 Jan '11, 23:58

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but I can't use crond to make task become effective~! What I need to do?

(25 Jan '11, 00:21) slientsky slientsky's gravatar image


I don't understand what you would need crond for since crontab will create a cron job that will run, simply saving the file will make the task become effective. Can you explain more what it is that you are trying to do?

(25 Jan '11, 00:23) klynton klynton's gravatar image

Thank you ! Something I Missing ~ task has been ok

(25 Jan '11, 00:32) slientsky slientsky's gravatar image

Great! Glad you got it working. :)

(25 Jan '11, 00:34) klynton klynton's gravatar image
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