Cron config for ipfw table
shamim.shahriar at gmail.com
Fri Apr 10 18:14:21 UTC 2020
Hi, just wondering, did you symlink bash in /bin? Or did you manually put
it there? In FreeBSD it is /bin/sh or /use/local/bin/bash (and bash needs
to be installed from ports).
The & at the end of that cronjob should make no difference, in this case at
Hope this helps.
All the best.
On Fri, 10 Apr 2020, 18:46 Jos Chrispijn, <bsduser at cloudzeeland.nl> wrote:
> 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/reboot.sh &
> 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.
> Thanks, Jos
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