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       gnome-schedule - GNOME GUI for users’ crontabs


       gnome-schedule [option...]


       gnome-schedule  is  a graphical user interface that leverages the power
       of cron or anacron and at to manage a user’s crontab file  and  provide
       an  easy  way  to schedule tasks. It supports recurrent tasks and tasks
       that happen only once in the future. The user interface translates cron
       strings  into  human-readible  form  for  ease-of-use,  but also has an
       expert option for those familiar with the cron file format.

       For documentation on interactive use of gnome-schedule, select the Help
       menu option while running the program.


       gnome-schedule  supports  the  standard  GTK+  and  GNOME  command-line
       options,  most  of  which  need  not  be   used   except   in   special
       circumstances. To view a complete list, see gnome-schedule --help.


       There  are currently no known bugs. If you encounter one, please report
       it using reportbug gnome-schedule.


       cron(8), crontab(1), crontab(5), anacron(1), at(1)


       This manual page was written by David Moreno Garza  <>,
       and  revised  by  Christine Spang <> for the Debian
       project (but may be used by others).

                               November 22, 2007