Re: Debian's at(1) is so bad, what does GNU use?
Constructive me says: Debian's at(1) is so bad, one can't even do
$ at next year
parse error. Last token seen: year
$ at now + 12 months #Sigh. Must use instead.
No wonder. Not genuine GNU parts. Say, Stallman to the rescue. What
do those cool GNU people use? Don't tell me they don't use at(1)?
Dunno about rms, nor do I know if I'm cool. But I just use sleep;
usually something like
nohup sh -c "(sleep 100h; move-my-toes)" &
if I need to run something at some specific time; which isn't to often