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    Default No "at" command???

    Hello all,

    I have been looking for the "at" command in Opensuse 10.3. I did not find it

    Where is it? Does it exist at all? If so,where do you get it from?

    Here is a man page : http://unixhelp.ed.ac.uk/CGI/man-cgi?at

    TIA

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    Default Re: No "at" command???

    Of course the at command exists. It comes from the at package, naturally:

    Code:
    $ rpm -qf /usr/bin/at
    at-3.1.8-1068.20
    This is for 11.1 so the version will be different from yours. Probably you just need to install the at package on your system.

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    Default Re: No "at" command???

    Quote Originally Posted by d0mufasa
    Hello all,

    I have been looking for the "at" command in Opensuse 10.3. I did not
    find it

    Where is it? Does it exist at all? If so,where do you get it from?

    Here is a man page : http://unixhelp.ed.ac.uk/CGI/man-cgi?at

    TIA
    Hi
    I think by default at isn't installed by default. Either use YaST
    software management to install or from the CLI;
    Code:
    sudo zypper in at
    You will also need to enable the atd service.

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