Linux scheduled task v.1.0

the linux/posix family bash scheduled tasks,"command schedule task to be run" is save on the file,also logging for "how many times its have been run & more ..."please be sure for seting up the user access for the binary,config,log before it's run.

the linux/posix family bash scheduled ... the linux/posix family bash scheduled tasks,"command schedule task to be run" is save on the file,also logging for "how many times its have been run & more ..."please be sure for seting up the user access for the binary,config,log ...

 
  • Linux scheduled task
  • 1.0
  • endyk / softwhole
  • Windows
  • Freeware
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