I have been working with crontab to schedule jobs. I usually run crontab -l (to list the jobs) or crontab -e (to edit them). Always bearing in mind each user.
I also have found the following directories:
I have a script to mount 2 network drives that work perfectly from the terminal using "sudo sh MntPD". This is the content of the MntPD file:
sudo mount.cifs //10.0.0.2/drobo5n2/VideoMedia /media/plexdata -o vers=2.0,username=USERNAME,password=PASSWORD,noperm
Hello, I wasn't sure if this is the right forum. Here is the question
Having 2 schedules set:
1. Cron running every 8am
0 8 * * * myCronJob.sh
2. Fcron running every 61 minutes:
They will eventually bump into each other and it will not work because only one job can be run at...
I have a Gameserver on Linux and want to backup something every 3 hours.
A friends said, that I can use a Shellcommand with my Crontab file.
Now there is this in the crontab:
# /etc/crontab: system-wide crontab
# Unlike any other crontab you don't have to run the `crontab'
# command to...
I use a dummy script at '/bin/rdshft.bash' for a single shot applying of 'redshift' command with its options, the content of the command 'rdshft.bash' is:
redshift -v -P -l 28.00:78.00 -t 3200:2400
So, yesterday I decided to add the 'rdshft.bash' to the crontab for automatic...
I try to edit the crontab file to create con jobs by using ssh "sudo crontab -e" and "crontab -e", but I keep getting the following error message (or as shown in the image below):
And the file path location "/var/spool/cron/crontabs/" folder is empty. Shouldn't there be a cron file of some...
I am pretty new in the Linux world. I am just setting up a MySQL Database and now I want to create an automatic backup job for all the databases.
I'm using the following script to create the backup:
mysqldump -u backupuser -p'12345'...
I'm not really sure where this question should go. I'm not even sure if it's a Linux issue or a Python issue.
I've written a Raspberry Pi application (Ubuntu Mate) that's essentially a timed camera. Every 30 seconds, it snaps an image and writes it to disk.
When I start the...
Hi guys, I would say I'm a very n00 n00b to linux in general and I'm currently scratching my head rather vigorously (and have been for the last 3 hours) about crontab.
Here's my setup (probably completely irrelevant but hey):
I have an old desktop PC (a box with a brain) whose sole purpose is...