Re: Sleep v Cron
Well, 'sleep' is for a one time delay of a command like 'at' whereas
'cron' is for doing things regularly. But I'm suprised that you didn't
get that from reading the 'man' pages. You did, didn't you?
Before cron at was used for periodic events by having it reschedule
itself. Would be silly to do that now, of course.
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