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First of all, I'm using elementary OS (based on Ubuntu 12.04).
I have a cron job set up to run a script every day at 23:30:
30 23 * * * /path_to_script/
Is there a way to add it to cron via a single terminal command? All examples I've seen involve invoking cron first via
crontab -e and then adding the job there.
I'd like a single command for doing this, something like:
cron add-job '30 23 * * * /path_to_script/'