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How to use the at command: 2-Minute Linux Tips

Network World | Apr 17, 2020

The at command allows you to schedule tasks to run at some other time – whether later that same day or way in the future. It allows you to schedule simple commands or complex scripts to run when you need them to run. Unlike the cron command, at is used to set up a one-time task.

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