Cron job questions
Franky-Mueller at web.de
Fri Mar 12 01:07:50 PST 2004
1) if you don't have either cron.allow nore cron.deny, then anyone is allowed to use cron
3) As root just edit /etc/crontab and save it. The config is automatically reread.
4) sleep well
> Hi List,
> I am trying to set up a cronjob and want to pass by the list if I am doing
> it right.
> 1) I saw on a list that /usr/lib/cron/cron.allow or /usr/lib/cron/cron.deny
> needs to exist is this true on FreeBSD as I dont have them which I think
> restricts only root to use cron.
> 2) I can only su to root dose this affect the way cron works
> 3) do root#ee /etc/crontab add cron job save exite and run root#crontab
> crontab to activate it?
> 4) if not what do I do.
> First go at this so clear instructions would be very much appreciated
> Thank you in advance
> Dave C
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