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Re: timer command?

On Thu, Aug 02, 2001 at 07:01:59AM -0400, Jeff Maxson wrote:
> what would be a command (or script) which would execute a given command
> after a certain amount of time?  for example I want to run something like
> ./offin 60 poff
> where offin is a script/command, 60 is the # of minutes before "poff" is
> executed.

there's "at" which has been mentioned, and also
"cron" ("crontab -e") to schedule repetitive tasks or specific

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