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Re: Cron quirk



Does the top of the script contain something like:

#!/bin/bash

It might be that cron doesn't know what shell to use, to run the script.

On Fri, 12 Mar 2004, Aeryn wrote:

> Hello all, I have a little frustrating problem with cron.  I have a script
> that mails me some reports.  I set a cronjob to mail me the reports at a
> certain time.  However, the reports are never mailed.  If I run the script
> from the command line, it works fine.   Other cronjobs I have work fine too.
> It is just this one script, which uses sendmail, just does not want to send
> me anything as a cronjob...
> 
> Any thoughts?
> 
> Gracias,
> Aeryn
> 
> 
> 

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