Cron-GUI for Suse

Hi!

Is there any nice GUI which can be used to define cronjobs without using the cli?
One that especially fits to Suse? :wink:

Regards!
Michael

Ah, yeah, I have Suse 11 and gnome…

look for Gnome Schedule at http://software.opensuse.org/search


palladium

Gedit works OK once you set for it in .bashrc or in profile.local

Hmmmmm… I looked there for an “gnome scheduler” rpm, then I installed it… Now it is installed, but if I click on it in YaST, then it seems to start, but then nothing happens… what the hack did I wrong?
Don’t find it either by “ps -A”

By the way: I have the Suse Enterprise Server 11 (So, no opensuse!), but I think this should work even so?

Any suggestions?

Thanks for your help!

> By the way: I have the Suse Enterprise Server 11 (So, no opensuse!),
> but I think this should work even so?

personally, i have NO idea what works in SLES and what does not…
have never installed or run it, ever…

which is probably true for most folks in there fora…

i suggest you ask again in the forums of the folks you bought SLES
from, at forums.novell.com

ps: you actually run X in SLES?

maybe what you actually are looking for is Webmin
<http://www.webmin.com/> which will allow you turn off the CPU
stealing GUI stuff in SLES and then you can ‘administer’ your SLES
from the cozy comfort of a browser anywhere in the world…even from
Redmond’s game machines…


palladium

Hi
I agree with palladium about webmin.

As the packager of gnome-schedule, I’ve put the older version up and
it’s scheduled to build a SLES/SLED11 version.

I need to do some tweaking on the spec file for the newer version :wink:


Cheers Malcolm °¿° (Linux Counter #276890)
SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 11 (x86_64) Kernel 2.6.27.29-0.1-default
up 13 days 19:59, 3 users, load average: 0.17, 0.22, 0.28
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Jep, just installed and tested Webmin… Great tool! Don’t need any YaST anylonger! :wink:

Thanks guys!