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Re: cron.daily isn't



Quoth Brad, 
> Have you made sure the name fits the requirements of run-parts? man
> run-parts for the info. In particular, dots in the filename aren't
> allowed. You can test if run-parts will run it with "run-parts --test
> /etc/cron.daily"

Many thanks to Brad, John, and Jonathon, who all suggested the same
thing.

Yes, my script had a dot in it. I didn't RTFM (well, not TF run-parts
M). I'm stupid :)

cheers,

damon


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