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  Learning the Mac OS X Terminal: Part 1
Subject:   crontab -e
Date:   2001-12-21 09:54:12
From:   sharumpe
This is probably another small issue, but I think it is probably safer to use "crontab -e" to edit your crontab than to actually edit the crontab file.


In most Unix systems I've used, there is a comment at the top of the crontab file that expressly says not to edit that file.


Anyhow, the process to do so is this:


prompt% setenv EDITOR "pico -w" (if you want pico)
prompt% sudo crontab -e



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