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How to Schedule Tasks with Cron and CronTab

Apr 18, 2012, 21:00 (0 Talkback[s])

"CronTab is the command that is used to access the Cron file where the user can set and schedule tasks. No, I didn't misspell CronTab in the title, CornTab is a web-based GUI that allows you to set your schedule and commands, and then simply copy and paste it to your cron file.

There are other GUI apps built to easily edit cron, such as Gnome-Schedule. However, if you don't want to install any new apps Corntab is a great web based solution, especially if you are setting up a cron job on a computer that doesn't have Gnome-Schedule, or isn't compatible with it.

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