I would like to execute a script every 30 min after booting into the system. I know you can use cron, but I don't plan to use this feature often therefore I'd like to try it with systemd.
So far I have only found the monotonic timers which allows to execute something once (at least I think so). How would the
email@example.com look like in case I wanted to execute something every 30 minutes from boot/system start?
[Unit] Description=run foo Wants=foo.timer [Service] User=%I Type=simple ExecStart=/bin/bash /home/user/script.sh
[Unit] Description=run foo [Timer] where I am stuck... ???