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RE: FW: Usage Of Cron and AT commands

On 23 August 2006 17:40, Christopher Faylor wrote:

> On Wed, Aug 23, 2006 at 05:30:38PM +0100, Dave Korn wrote:
>> On 23 August 2006 16:39, mwoehlke wrote:
>>> Ugh, - reformatted (but the .sig looks
>>> better, thanks!) Also, PCYMTNQREAIYR (although the cruddy line wrapping
>>> just barely saved mine from being quoted raw). 
>>> wrote:
>>>> mwoehlke wrote:
>>>>> wrote (again):
>>>>>>   Hi CygWinners,
>>>>>>   I would like to know the syntax of crontab, cron and at commands for
>>>>>> its use in task scheduling. [snip]
>>>>> Please read the replies to your first post instead of posting again.
>>>> I have read the replies to my previous post and that is the very reason I
>>>> am rewriting this mail, the previous mailer by Mr. chuck
>>> Who is "Mr. Chuck"?
>> "Mr.  Chuck" is the evil invisible hippo who sits on my left shoulder
>> and makes me type all those bad things.  I would be all sweetness and
>> light all the time if it wasn't for "Mr.  Chuck".  He wants to make me do
>> bad things. 
>> Sometimes, late at night, he whispers in my ear.  He tells me I have to
>> to kill anyone but I'm scared he's going to make me do it.
>> Please, you've got to help me escape from "Mr.  Chuck".  I hope he
>> hasn't seen me write this.  I'm afraid of him.  His evil staring eyes
>> dig into my mind like a hot wire in the brain.  It hurts, it hurts so bad
>> I'd do anything to make it stop..... make it stop ....    make him
>> STTTOOOOOOOPPPPPPPPAAAAaaaaaaaaaarrrrrgghghhhhh
> I think we have to get Dave sedated quickly.


> Could someone send a short message to the cygwin-apps list which
> mentions that make 3.81 broke MS-DOS paths building an application that
> no one has heard of, wonders if the issue would be fixed in B20, asks
> how to download B20, and then uses a really long disclaimer signature?


> I don't know if that will be sufficient but it should at least help.
> cgf

  *hic*  <grins>

Can't think of a witty .sigline today....

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