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Dillon's Cron (dcron)
Dillon's Cron is a multi-user cron written from scratch, similar to vixie-cron but with major differences. Attention is paid less to feature-creep and more to usability and reliability. This is the standard cron distributed with most distributions of Linux.
Depends: libc6 (>= 2.2.3-7), libpam0g (>= 0.72-1), debianutils (>=1.7)
Recommends: exim | smail | sendmail | mail-transport-agent
Suggests: anacron (>=2.0-1), logrotate, lockfile-progs
Conflicts: suidmanager (<< 0.50)
Description: management of regular background processing
cron is a background process (`daemon') that runs programs at regular
intervals (for example, every minute, day, week or month); which
processes are run and at what times are specified in the `crontab'.
Users may also install crontabs so that processes are run on
their behalf, though this feature can be disabled or restricted to
Output from the commands is usually mailed to the system administrator
(or to the user in question); you should probably install a mail system
as well so that you can receive these messages.
This cron package is configured by default to do various standard
system maintenance tasks, such as ensuring that logfiles do not
grow endlessly and overflow the disk.
The lockfile-progs package is only a "Suggests" because of the poor
way that dselect handles "Recomments", but I do strongly suggest that
you install it; it prevents /etc/cron.daily/standard from running multiple
times if something gets jammed.
Depends: libc6 (>= 2.2.2-2), debianutils (>= 1.7), sysklogd | system-log-daemon, exim | mail-transport-agent
Recommends: cron (>= 3.0pl1-43)
Description: a cron-like program that doesn't go by time
Anacron (like `anac(h)ronistic') is a periodic command scheduler. It
executes commands at intervals specified in days. Unlike cron, it
does not assume that the system is running continuously. It can
therefore be used to control the execution of daily, weekly and
monthly jobs (or anything with a period of n days), on systems that
don't run 24 hours a day. When installed and configured properly,
Anacron will make sure that the commands are run at the specified
intervals as closely as machine-uptime permits.
This package is pre-configured to execute the daily jobs of the Debian
system. You should install this program if your system isn't powered on
24 hours a day to make sure the maintenance jobs of other Debian packages
are executed each day.
Task: laptop, dialup
Depends: libc6 (>= 2.2.4-4), debconf, sysklogd | system-log-daemon, exim | mail-transport-agent, adduser (>=3.25), dpkg (>>1.8.3)
Conflicts: anacron, suidmanager (<< 0.50)
Description: cron-like scheduler with extended capabilities
Fcron is a scheduler. It implements most of Vixie Cron's functionalities.
But contrary to Vixie Cron, fcron does not need your system to be up 7 days
a week, 24 hours a day: it also works well with systems which are running
neither all the time nor regularly.
Fcron also includes a useful system of options, such as: run jobs one by
one, run jobs at fcron's startup if they should have been run during system
down time, a better management of the mailing of outputs, set a nice value
for a job...
Vcron is a graphical interface to cron and at, allowing to view, modify, delete and add programmed actions. You will no longer have to cope with the cron/at horrible syntax. Vcron is written in tcl/tk , it is a very easy to use multilingual application, with an inline manual. It has been tested on RedHat and Slackware, but it should work without problems on other platforms.