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A technique for scheduling tasks to be run at a specific time or on a specific event.

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You can use @reboot - from man crontab1: The following formats are also recognized: # schedule this job only once, when crond starts up @reboot date So you could use something like: @reboot /path …
answered Aug 29 '11 by jasonwryan
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I use a simple script with at: #!/bin/bash # email reminder notes using at(1)... read -p "Time of message? [HH:MM] " time read -p "Date of message? [dd.mm.yy] " date read -p "Message body? " message …
answered May 3 '12 by jasonwryan