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got the same results every time....an email containing this -->
/bin/sh: line 1: anaconda-ks.cfg: command not found
Tried everything I could think of, also tried a bunch of different time entries and did it with loggging and w/out. Absolute paths and w/out. And the script is executable(just trying to put any useful info here that I can think of) .
If you need more info just tell me.
Thanks again all.
sure enough you are correct. It wasn't a type-o, as it seems i just can't count LOL.....well, glad it was something simple, kinda figured it must have just been some stupid error on my part as it usually is.
I really appreciate the prompt response ppuru Im in your debt.