[lfs-support] "at" command?
bruce.dubbs at gmail.com
Thu Jan 5 21:44:25 PST 2012
David Gay wrote:
> Since I get a "command not found" type error, I assume not, but I have
> to ask:
> 1) is the "at" command installed in any of the LFS packages?
Not presently. It is mentioned in Section iv. LFS and Standards.
> 2) Or, is there some other command that provides the same functionality?
> (start some job/batch file at a given time)
> 3) Finally, if not part of LFS, can anyone suggest where to find the
> sources so I can install it?
The classic 'at' command is contained in the package
You do not need the diff file.
The package also provides the 'batch' command.
You do need to create a boot script for it to function properly because
the atd daemon needs to be running for it to work.
This is the first time I've seen a request for it.
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