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Try putting that in a file called ~/crontab. Remove the field for username (as this it is run as the user whose home dir it's in)....
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    Try putting that in a file called ~/crontab. Remove the field for username (as this it is run as the user whose home dir it's in).
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    Why not just add it to the users crontab? i bet its trying to run kevin as the command.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Giro
    Why not just add it to the users crontab? i bet its trying to run kevin as the command.
    See my post above yours.
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