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Abiodun Adisa
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Joined: Jan 17, 2002
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I am using Suse Linux and I am using at for the first time but its not working for me, suggestions would be welcome

Then I exited at using Ctrl-Z

and when i look at the jobs Scheduled using atq i can see it, Please what am i doing wrong
Andrew Monkhouse
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Joined: Mar 28, 2003
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Ctrl-Z is usually used to suspend the current job. In this case you may have suspended the creation of the at job. Probably not desirable.

Did you get a message telling you that you had stopped or suspended your job?

I suspect that what you should have done is exited using Ctrl-D

Another alternative is to check whether you have permissions to execute at commands. Take a look at the at man page for information on which files define permissions.

Regards, Andrew

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