I am running a bunch of simulations on several machines. Each of these machines posts a "request" to a server, which then
sshes back into this machine to schedule a run of the appropriate simulation.
machine1 posts a request
machine1 and schedules a run of
machine3 posts a request
machine3 and schedules a run of
machine2 posts a request
machine2 and schedules a run of
… and so on.
The scheduling of the running of a simulation is done by using the
at command on linux.
Since some of the computers that I'm using to run these simulations use windows (university computer, so I can't wipe and install linux), I installed Cygwin. The problem is that I had to install a minimal version of Cygwin, which I didn't know at the time, didn't include the
at command. Now, I want to install the
I'm open to reinstalling Cygwin if I really have to, though I'd prefer a solution that doesn't require me to do so.
How can I get the
at command working on Cygwin?
I tried using
apt-cyg install at), but that didn't work. I think the problem is that I don't know what package the
at command is located in.