atq details - cron/crontab
I'm trying to use at command to submit shell scripts.
The pb is when I issue atq or at -l I don't see the name of the script
to execute. Is it possible to see it somewhere ? Is it stored in a file ?
I used cron/crontab till now. But I have some problems with scripts
where cron ends with an error saying "cannot execute binary file".
My script are in bash and contain #!/bin/sh and a PATH and are executable.
When I type sh my_script.sh they execute allright.
Does someone have an idea on these subjects ?
Thanks for any hint