I’m not sure what happened after installing a new crontab, but now when I run crontab -l or crontab -e, for any user, I get “Segmentation fault (core dumped)”.
I’ve tried forcing a re-install via zypper, but no good. Looking at the crontabs in /var/spool/cron/tabs, they look okay with no strange characters and such. I’ve even tried deleting a tab to see if it would recognize that there is no tab installed, still no good. Any ideas on what look over next?
Okay, good plan. I’m running cron-4.2-58.25.x86_64… If I try to delete the /usr/bin/crontab file, and then re-install… that may work? Doing a forced uninstall via zypper mentions it will break 1178 programs. But I don’t see it working right now anyways.