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> Using Crontab, Launch a file .out
Capitan Harlock
post Oct 27 2005, 03:51 AM
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Pleasure for my english. I'm trying to use crontab utility to exec a programm a.out. But something goes wrong and I receive the mail a.out not found. The path is correct. When I use crontab to launch a simple command as echo, this operation goes ok. Perhaps I have to use some special procedure to exec a file .out with crontab? Thanks for your time.
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post Dec 5 2005, 12:49 AM
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Make sure a.out is executable, you can set this with "chmod +x /path/to/a.out"


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