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yup, trying to run in auto mode an app called seti@home, then this job is suppossed to run every 4 hours starting from 01:00am to of course 21:00 (right), on <setdir> i overwrite it and put there the full path where i have the seti@home app.
the question is: how do i know if this job is running? | if the app 'setiathome' is running?
i did a 'top' command, and can see any 'setiathome' app running
i also did a 'ps -aux', and none 'setiathome' app is running
cron is running, beacause when i do a 'top' command i get 'crond' running, also i did a 'setup' command and 'crond' is activated at each boot of the machine
well if i understand the parameters on the job is supposed to star at 01am, 05am, 09am, 13pm and so on... i add the job to the crontab file in /etc/ at 17:33 more or less and then reboot the machine, but the app does not appear running (so i have to wait for the next start, in this case 21hr?), also i changed the job to this: