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Re: cron and hibernate
- From: "Paul Y. Peng" <ypeng at math dot mun dot ca>
- To: cygwin <cygwin at cygwin dot com>
- Date: Wed, 15 Oct 2003 23:03:27 -0230
- Subject: Re: cron and hibernate
Paul Y. Peng wrote:
Thank you for this definitive but negative answer. It saves me time to try in vain. Are there any alternative ways to do the same thing as cron? I only heard about WinCron. Thanks.
How about Windows own TaskScheduler?
I should have mentioned it in the last email.
I have been using Windows own TaskScheduler so far. What I don't like it
is that it cannot run jobs silently at background, particularly when a job
is a batch file or a bash script. Whenever such a job is started, an annoying
DOS window pops up and it also occupies my taskbar.
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