Originally Posted by dasy2k1
try addding the command to the users .basrc
added it to the .bashrc file (i assume thats the one you ment)
now testing (comp decided to force a disk check so it will be a while before i will know if it works or not)
reason for late reply is i have been running it 24/7 but now need to change that
i need it to shutdown at 1000 and reboot at 2100 everyday
noww before i rebooted i tried the ubuntu command "shutdown" but its an unregonized command in suse
so how do i tell the computer to shutdown at 1000 ?
renember im very very inexperienced (took me 2 hours to find .bashrc) so please explain step by step, please.
im going to set the bios to wake up at a certain time but it occurres to me a better way maybe to have the computer hibernate at 1000 and wake up at 2100 (is that possible? im thinking it would use very little power during that time and give the hardware time to rest)