Re: crontab on SlugOs
- Wow, that crontab file is sensitive regarding permissions. Changed
from 644 to 600 and now it runs.
--- In email@example.com, "gopher3_8" <gopher38@...> wrote:
> I'm going to add my cron question on to this one.
> I'm running Unslung and have installed cron, but my jobs (rsync) are
> not running. I'm using the crontab file in /opt/etc. I checked
> /var/log/messages and there is a message (BAD FILE MODE) for
> (/opt/etc/crontab) when optware cron loads at boot. Quick check of
> the web says that crontab should have 644 permissions, however I still
> get this message after changing the permissions. To tlhackque,
> perhaps this is also your problem. To anyone else, did you have this
> problem and do you have any suggestions? Thanks.
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "tlhackque" <tlhackque@> wrote:
> > The optware cron runs in parallel with the system cron. The optware
> > cron uses /opt/etc/crontab. I've looked at it, but not set it up, so
> > not sure how to get crontab pointed at /opt. The general rule for
> > optware is that files are stored under /opt/xxx instead of /xxx
> > OPTware.)
> > If you get it configured and fully functional, please create a wiki
> > page with the recipe.
> > > Where is the crontab file stored under slugos ?
> > >