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    So, I have cron set up, but for some reason the cron daemon doesn't run automatically. I have to run the cron startup manually:

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    sudo -i initctl start crond
    How do I make this automatic whenever the Pre restarts? Thanks.
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    I haven't rooted around in my Pre (yet) but try:

    chkconfig crond on

    - or -

    rcconf

    One of those commands will do it on most all Linux distros...
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    The Pre uses upstart for launching boot-time daemons. I don't know if this is what's missing in your case, but I had to follow the directions for HamachiVPN to create my own upstart script for the OpenVPN package:

    HamachiVPN - WebOS Internals

    Hope it helps.....
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    think we can schedule a reboot in the crontab? maybee once a week?
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    Quote Originally Posted by antonio3 View Post
    think we can schedule a reboot in the crontab? maybee once a week?
    I'm sure that you could. The command is "reboot" , and you can find the complete path to it for your crontab entry by typing "type reboot" at a shell prompt.....

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