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Can't get a script to run on startup in Debian 7

I want to get this script to run on startup on my Debian Wheezy server: /usr/bin/bitcoind so I go: $ sudo crontab -e @reboot /usr/bin/bitcoind 2>&1 >/tmp/bitcoind.out & Then save ...
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Linux - starting a visible terminal on boot

I have a C program I wrote for debian on the raspberry pi that asks the user to enter a number, 1-4 which it then stores in a configuration file. This only happens if the configuration file is ...
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Why is this CRON failing to execute?

$ crontab -l # # m h dom mon dow command SHELL=/bin/bash * * * * * (/usr/bin/curl -s -XPOST http://internal.ip -H 'Content-type: application/json' -d 'data') $ ls -l /usr/bin/curl -rwxr-xr-x 1 ...
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Crontab as other user

I am running crontab as root user: screen -S konsola -X stuff 'say hello'`echo -ne '\015'` How do I run it as the user "nobody"? Only this user has screen with given pid, thats why I need it.
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Why cron saves at /root, when should at /var/www?

Why my cron */1 * * * * /usr/bin/php /var/www/query/query.php &> /root/querylog.log saves query.php output in the /root/ folder? (this script shall save *.txt at its location) It should do so ...
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I can not find specific cron running at *:21 and *:56 on Debian

I am frustrated. I have two mystic crons running on our server, that I can not find by doing crontab -l. The good thing is these crons are sending mails. That is how I know those are running at :21m ...
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Cron ignoring an update to crontab

I've commented out a line in the crontab on a debian server, which I guess was there by default yet was causing me to get error emails every hour: # m h dom mon dow user command 17 * * * * root ...