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Re: 'at' command

On Mon, 17 Feb 1997 10:22:54 MST Mike Miller (millerm@u.arizona.edu) 

> I'm sure this is trivial, but can someone give me an example of an at
> command that works?
> I tried         at 10:30 cdplay
> It queued, and left the queue, but did not play.  Thinking it was a path
> problem, I tried

It should be:
	bash$ at 10:30
	bash$ at 10:30 < sh-script


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