Hi ,
how can I use the at command to find me in a specific point of time upon logging in? which it will display on screen a txt file at the same time.

Thanks in advance

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http://linux.about.com/library/cmd/blcmdl1_at.htm

eg:-

at 1:35
at>echo "hi"

after this press ctrl+d to end the line
Then at that time you will receive a mail...t see that...type mail and print pid

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I guess you can use at command to carry out your task at certain time since thats the job of at command but I think to display the files on the screen you have to use shell scripts.. of that I am confidentnad execute the script at the time you want...
here's the link for your reference ...
http://www.computerhope.com/unix/uat.htm

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