*** Update ***
Due to some studies in Debian similarities, I have found the at command in package...
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tuxedo-btrfs targz # equo s sys-process/at-3.1.20
╠ @@ Suche...
╠ @@ Paket: sys-process/at-3.1.20 Branch: 5, [sabayonlinux.org]
╠ Verfügbar: Version: 3.1.20 ~ tag: NoTag ~ Version: 0
╠ Installiert: Version: 3.1.20 ~ tag: NoTag ~ Version: 0
╠ Slot: 0
╠ Homepage: http://packages.qa.debian.org/a/at.html
╠ Beschreibung: Queues jobs for later execution
╠ Lizenz: GPL-2
╠ Schlüsselwörter: sys-process/at-3.1.20
╠ Gefunden: 1 Eintrag
The trick was to grep the 'sys' lines in the result of:
Then I had new problems. Withdaemon atd (I had to start by hand, and I also started cronie.service.
But no message was displayed on the screen or on the konsole either.
Then I found a tip in Google again. I need to export the DISPLAY (=:0). Now the message is displayed on my KDE Desktop at a scheduled time.
Thank you for joining.
-Linuxfluesterer (I love KDE ...)
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