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1. vi /hibernate
2. Put the following lines in this file:
3. Save the file and exit
4. chmod 755 /hibernate (Make it 777 if you want to make it available for all
5. In crontab put the following line 50 22 * * * /hibernate
And the reason I can think of why you getting that message is because the path you have given in crontab is unable to locate the hibernate.sh file. I think the best way to work with cron is to create script and automate using cron.
I hope this helps.
Last edited by T3RM1NVT0R; 06-28-2011 at 04:23 PM.