20210528 - a Slackware upgrade causes the page rendering to fail. Apologies and I am looking for the cause.
Reported as https://forum.dokuwiki.org/d/19270-dokuwiki-instance-no-longer-rendering-some-syntax-correctly

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Anybody can feel free to edit and expand this page. Please remove the needs_attention tag if you have added useful information about the topic and remember to credit yourself in the Sources section… – //Harishankar 2012/08/31 04:31 —- I have added the task of writing pages for cron, at and anacron to my task queue, I will hopefully get them completed soon. — Matthew Fillpot 2012/12/24 21:26 —- Slackware uses dcron, which can be used for asynchronous cron. From dcron README, “In the author's opinion, having to combine a cron daemon with another daemon like anacron makes for too much complexity. So the goal is a simple cron daemon that can also take over the central functions of anacron.” It uses the notation @freq, eg. @hourly, @daily, etc, or the notation FREQ=, eg FREQ=1h, FREQ=1d, etc. (see man 1 crontab) The daily cron job, as found in Slackware's root crontab is # Run daily cron jobs at 4:40 every day: 40 8 * * * /usr/bin/run-parts /etc/cron.daily 1> /dev/null which, for a host that is not continuously on, can become # Run daily cron jobs whenever crond is running, and sees # that at least one day has elapsed since it last ran @daily ID=cron_daily /usr/bin/run-parts /etc/cron.daily 1> /dev/null Let it be noted that it works equally well at a cold boot or a resume from suspend or hibernate. —pdi 2016/01/05