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How to run a script

Hi,

I am really new for this aix . Some sent me a script file and I want to edit it by just changing some variables run this script on a corntab. Can any one please tell me how to do this all things and really where to put the script to run the cornjobs. Any help will really appreciated.

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Crontab

Just read the document of crontab then you should be able to it on your own. You can find so many document on web. Here is one for you http://www.hmug.org/man/5/crontab.php
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Check the crontab manual pages. This should help you to get a start....


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