Cron config for ipfw table

Jerry jerry at
Fri Apr 10 18:06:17 UTC 2020

On Fri, 10 Apr 2020 19:46:31 +0200, Jos Chrispijn stated:
>On 10-4-20 14:38, Jerry wrote:
>> I run several programs upon reboot also. However, I never use "bash"
>> as part of the command.  
>I currently use #!/bin/bash
>> Assuming you have the correct "shebang" in th script, you could just
>> use
>> 	@reboot /root/cronjobs/ &
>Unfortunately, removing the & doesn't result in the solution.
>Will check the link you provided again; might oversee the issue by
>using a typo somewhere.

Have you tried running "which bash" to see where 'bash' is actually
located? On FreeBSD, it is usually "/usr/local/bin/bash". Personally,
I use 'env' for my 'shebang'; i.e., "#! /usr/bin/env bash".

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