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Apr
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accepted Shell script not running with cronjob
Apr
20
comment Shell script not running with cronjob
Wow. It finally came! And you were right, without the absolute path, a file was created in /home/mysite, however it's not root. Thank you for your help!
Apr
20
comment Shell script not running with cronjob
I have added the path. Please see my editet post again. Still no file created in the /cronjobs folder.
Apr
20
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Apr
20
comment Shell script not running with cronjob
I have edited my question. I hope this elaborates it.
Apr
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Apr
20
comment Shell script not running with cronjob
That didn't help. There is nothing in the log about that script.
Apr
20
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Apr
20
comment Shell script not running with cronjob
Nothing unfortunately.
Apr
20
comment Shell script not running with cronjob
It is /root. Should I append the file to that as well?
Apr
20
comment Shell script not running with cronjob
I am not a linux guy, but when I log in to PUTTY and list the folders I see folders like Desktop, Documents, Downloads,Pictures, public_html etc. This is where mybackup.sh is.
Apr
20
asked Shell script not running with cronjob
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Jul
9
comment Add group write permission to folder in Ubuntu
What I don't understand is shouldn't this change the file access to write and read? (see the GUI img)
Jul
9
comment Add group write permission to folder in Ubuntu
No I don't have a mail folder in the mail folder. I added a screenshot of the GUI. I am not a linux guy, so what I need is to assign the group 'mail' write access to the /var/mail folder.
Jul
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revised Add group write permission to folder in Ubuntu
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Jul
9
comment Add group write permission to folder in Ubuntu
The question is how do I change the 'mail' group File access permission to write and read?
Jul
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asked Add group write permission to folder in Ubuntu