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Full description How to Use Usage: crun < No of Times &gHow to Use Usage: crun < No of Times > < Time Interval > < Program Namge > [Program Parameters] crun would come handy when you need to execute certain command over and over again with several time intervals in between those executions. For example, let's say you want to run netstat -na command 20 times with a time interval of 1 second. Then you can use crun with following arguments: crun 20 1 netstat -na crun won't return until final process is executed and final process is executed and returned.
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Interface command-line  +
Is GNU false  +
Keywords cron  +
Last review by Alejandroindependiente +
Last review date 11 March 2017  +
License GPLv2orlater +
License verified by Deborah Nicholson  +
License verified date 3 January 2008  +
Name crun  +
Related projects Cron +
Revisionid 45,244  +
Revisiontimestamp 11 March 2017 16:17:13  +
Revisionuser User:Alejandroindependiente +
Runs-on GNU/Linux  +
Short description a light weight, easy to use, simpler cron-like tool  +
Software-development small-specific-development-task  +
Submitted by Database conversion +
Submitted date 1 April 2011  +
Use software-development  +
User level intermediate  +
Version date 22 November 2012  +
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Version identifier 0.1.3  +
Version status beta  +
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