Where in repo is the 'at' command? [Solved]

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Where in repo is the 'at' command? [Solved]

Post by linuxfluesterer » Fri Apr 14, 2017 12:30

Hallo guys.
I'm trying with triggered events as in KAlarm and rtcwake. Now I want to use the at command, as described here (http://manpages.ubuntu.com/manpages/pre ... posix.html:

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NAME
       at - execute commands at a later time

SYNOPSIS
       at [-m][-f file][-q queuename] -t time_arg

       at [-m][-f file][-q queuename] timespec ...

       at -r at_job_id ...

       at -l -q queuename

       at -l [at_job_id ...]
So, pls, where can I find this command? Which package contains this command in Sabayon repo?

Thank you in advance.

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Re: Where in repo is the 'at' command?

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Re: Where in repo is the 'at' command?

Post by linuxfluesterer » Fri Apr 14, 2017 19:00

*** 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:

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equo s at| grep sys
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.
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