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From "Badai Aqrandista" <>
Subject Re: Crontab entry from perl
Date Mon, 05 Sep 2005 16:12:55 GMT
>>I want to schedule a perl script in crontab using a CGI script. If i try 
>>append in the file ie /var/spool/cron/username then apache user does not
>>have rights to modify this. If i give root rights to apache then it could
>>be very harmful . how can i make entry into cron from script.
>You could have the CGI write out a file in /tmp or other and then have a 
>permenant root run cron or trivial dameon poll this file and add to a users 
>crontab based on the contents.
>I don't see what this has to do with modperl though :)

or roll your own cron:

Badai Aqrandista
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