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Following on from Cron job for 7 days alone not followed by multiple weeks, I am trying to use at but it shows at: command not found.

By default it seems that Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 7.2 (Maipo) does not come with at. However, I can run cron jobs.

What package do I need to install? How would I do that?

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    Presumably, at is not shipped with RHEL so you will need to install it, as per the error message... – jasonwryan Sep 20 '16 at 6:27
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I dont have a RedHat right here, but on Debian the package is called at.

Try

yum install at

(and then this question might be deleted. Its kind of obvious)

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