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 RE: Getting FBSD 4.0 to shut my system off with cr
Author: Alexander Anderson 
Date:   28-06-00 17:27

I am pretty new to FreeBSD myself, but I can give you a couple of thought since nobody else hasn't yet. First of all, you can do the whole thing with shutdown(8). Check out the man pages, it will tell you how to schedule the system shutdown. It will even allow to notify all the users; it's pretty cool. As to doing it with cron job, I think you'll have to use "shutdown now". Put this into /etc/crontab. If you need more info see cron(8), crontab(1), crontab(5). So here ya go! Good luck.

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 Getting FBSD 4.0 to shut my system off with cron   new
W. Casama 12-06-00 22:52 
 RE: Getting FBSD 4.0 to shut my system off with cr   new
Alexander Anderson 28-06-00 17:27 
 RE: Getting FBSD 4.0 to shut my system off with cr   new
Wyness Casama 28-06-00 18:13 


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