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Hi all, In my Fedora i'll just use crontab -e to open and execute commands But In the morning i came across SunOS and tried to edit crontab using crontab ...
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    Thumbs up crontab in SunOS


    Hi all,
    In my Fedora i'll just use
    crontab -e to open and execute commands
    But In the morning i came across SunOS and tried to edit
    crontab using crontab -e
    it didn't not open crontab file for that user. :drown:
    I checked the man pages - yet to find an answer.
    How to edit crontab of non-root user in SunOS.
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    Do you have an editor exported?

    Code:
    export EDITOR=vi
    crontab -e user_name

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