I ran a few jobs with at command and, if possible, I want to see which commands I ran in what directories. I work with Linux Mint 16 if this is relevant.
When I execute the following command: cd /some/path/here at -t 201409301100 ls -al <CTRL-D> at -lov I get the following output: ======================== myusername.1411755840.a Mon Sep 30 ...
Suppose I have added a task via at -t specifying the next day in my timezone. The next day my timezone changes as of daylight saving time. The question is whether the task will be executed correctly ...
I have problem with atd daemon. If at is called by non-root, it creates task, but it is empty (content of /var/spool/atd). I do not remember what I have done before it broke that way. What else ...
First, I understand this is probably something better suited for cron. However, I don't have access to cron. (shop rule around here) So, I am using the next best scheduling option at my disposal. ...