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slackbook:process_control [2012/09/08 19:57 (UTC)]
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 <​note>​ <​note>​
 This is distinct from the //-aux// argument, but in most cases This is distinct from the //-aux// argument, but in most cases
-the two arguments are equivilant. This is a decades-old relic. For more+the two arguments are equivalent. This is a decades-old relic. For more
 information,​ see the man page for //**ps**//. information,​ see the man page for //**ps**//.
 </​note>​ </​note>​
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 ===== cron ===== ===== cron =====
  
-<​title>​cron</​title>​+
  
 Ok, so we've learned many different ways of viewing the active Ok, so we've learned many different ways of viewing the active
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 to understand at first, so let's look at each part individually. From to understand at first, so let's look at each part individually. From
 left to right, the different sections are: Minute, Hour, Day, Month, left to right, the different sections are: Minute, Hour, Day, Month,
-Week Day, and Command. Any asterisk <​key>​*</​key>​ entry matches+Week Day, and Command. Any asterisk <key>'*'</​key>​ entry matches
 every minute, hour, day, and so on. So from the example above, the every minute, hour, day, and so on. So from the example above, the
 command is //"/​usr/​local/​bin/​rsync-slackware64.sh 1>/​dev/​null 2>&​1"//,​ and command is //"/​usr/​local/​bin/​rsync-slackware64.sh 1>/​dev/​null 2>&​1"//,​ and

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