I'm writing a bash-script that will be run as a cron job everyday. Very basic, I was wanting to change the wallpaper daily. I have mint-14 with mate. The thing I'm getting caught up on right now ...
I have a shell script that exports values of variables when executed. The same values will be used in another script. How to run this script(test.sh) in cron. #!/bin/sh export I="10" echo $I I will ...
I am aware of a lot of pitfalls in the magic world of crontabs, but sometimes it would help troubleshooting a lot when you have some smart way to enter an interactive (bash) shell with exact identical ...
I have three problem, all of them are about crontab. Can I access $HOME variable in crontab ? for example, use $HOME like this: PATH=$HOME/bin:$HOME/scripts:$PATH ? or * * * * * echo "test" > ...
How can I run a cron command with existing environmental variables? If I am at a shell prompt I can type echo $ORACLE_HOME and get a path. This is one of my environmental variables that gets set in ...
I have a cron job that is running a script. When I run the script via an interactive shell (ssh'ed to bash) it works fine. When the script runs by itself via cron it fails. My guess is that it is ...
Both the shell and environment variables that cronjobs are run in is completely different from the ones presented to me in gnome-terminal. How can I run a cronjob under the same circumstances as if I ...