What is it ?
Never get bored by the syntax of
In this case , here is the solution :
A graphical interface , very easy to use , allowing to program regular actions
(crontab) or one shot actions (at).
Vcron is a multilingual application
( GB, FR, DE, SE, ES, BR, HU and DA provided
for the moment !), with in line manual.
What does it use ?
Vcron is written in
Tcl/Tk version 8.0.
Moreover Vcron is only an interface to
at, you must have the latters correctly configured.
Vcron is tested on
Slackware, but it should work
without problems on other platforms.
BE CARREFUL, some Slackware seem to have an access right problem for
at, which must be fixed
( chmod 777 /var/spool/atjobs ), in order to get vcron running !
The current version is 2.3 (May 19 2003),
you can view a changelog
here is three executable distributions ( or source,
it is the same thing with Tcl ! )