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commit 438e20582b2edb08dbfb474788a4b62a56f649df
parent adb5743b99b8e65e236bbdaa915616403d4b0f4a
Author: opal hart <>
Date:   Wed, 14 Apr 2021 00:53:04 +0000

pages/ cron/ntp/execline

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diff --git a/src/pages/ b/src/pages/ @@ -73,6 +73,13 @@ channels for the software listed. </ul> </dd> +<dt><a href="">execline</a></dt> +<dd><ul> + <li>upstream: <a href="git://">git</a></li> +</ul> +<p>I use <code>execlineb</code> for service run scripts, cron jobs, and other trivial miscellaneous scripts.</p> +</dd> + <dt><a href="">hledger</a></dt> <dd><ul> <li>ML: <a href=""></a> [<a href="">info</a>]</li> @@ -268,6 +275,12 @@ hopefully add the replacement tools to the lists above. ultimately I want to remove syslog from the equation entirely, but some software seems to support *only* logging to syslog, so it will be a while before I can reach this ideal situation. +* **cron**: I want to switch away from conventional cronds such as + [cronie][], opting either for [uschedule][] or, if uschedule does not + fit my needs, writing my own daemon. +* **clocksetting**: I use [OpenNTPD][] for client-server and [chrony][] + on client-only devices. I would like to experiment with replacing + them with the time management utilities found in [s6-networking][]. [transmission]: <> [btpd]: <> @@ -285,3 +298,8 @@ hopefully add the replacement tools to the lists above. [rsyslog]: <> [ucspilogd]: <> [socklog]: <> +[cronie]: <> +[uschedule]: <> +[OpenNTPD]: <> +[chrony]: <> +[s6-networking]: <>