command: at

Thanks teaching, I try run the "at" command on Ubuntu , Why it is show two different words?

1. Garbled time

2. % at

usage: at [-q x] [-f file] [-m] time

at -c job [job ...]

at [-f file] -t [[CC]YY]MMDDhhmm[.SS]

at -r job [job ...]

at -l -q queuename

at -l [job ...]

atq [-q x] [-v]

atrm job [job ...]

batch [-f file] [-m]
Have you guys looked in the repository for it? It's in the Ubuntu repo.

AT is a command that comes installed on Windows by default. Didn't know there was a Linux version too.
The same I have received while in my research.
I only see it by default with Windows OS.
I am using Ubuntu from WSL
when I type a statement appears
Command 'at' not found, but can be installed with:
sudo apt install at
sudo apt install at

You should probably start your own thread, as this is a tutorial thread.

Did you try running the command as instructed?

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