I’m trying to set up a cron, and wanted to see first how this works whole. I followed this tutorial:
There is also in it, that you should tell the cron he should run in the background:
You’ll need to make sure it runs in the background too:
sudo / sbin / chkconfig crond on sudo / sbin / service crond start
But as soon as I type one of these commands, I get the message "/ sbin / service: command not found …
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