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Old 04-19-2014, 12:41 AM   #1
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setting cronjob for remote machines

i want to set cron job for remote machines to poweroff that machines at specific time.i have to set cron job on remote machines using shell script.

how to do that using ssh-keygen? any another method?
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Yes, you want to do this using shell script but
Do you want to set cronjob on your machine for remote machine or you want to set cron on remote machine from your machine?


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