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Cron front-ends
 
Corntab  - is a simple crontab web GUI. With Corntab you can ensure that you always have the correct crontab syntax. Don't worry about forgetting the proper crontab format for a particular Linux distribution because Corntab let's you click on all of the crontab options and outputs your crontab entry in real-time. There is nothing to install. Simply create your crontab entry and copy and paste it into your crontab by running crontab -e.

Gat  - The GNOME Task Scheduler (Gat) allows you to schedule and manage one-time and recurring tasks using a simple GNOME interface. Gat is a front-end for "cron" and "at" but should be simple enough that users can use it without prior knowledge of "cron" or "at".

Jcrontab  - is a scheduler written in Java. The project objective is to provide a fully functional schedules for Java projects.

Runmaint  - is a wrapper for cron(8) jobs which lets the user keep their crontab static and simple, moves all the shell complexity into scripts, supplies a standard, configurable, environment to the scripts, cascades regular scripts through a simple naming scheme and delivers the output of scripts as email with a useful subject line. Optionally, it will deliver to a log file or standard output and standard error.

CroMagnon  - is a Crontab manager utility for GNOME.

Grontab  - is a crontab editor for the Unix cron system.

PERL Birthday Reminder  - This simple perl script reads the file which contains the birthday list, and appends it to the crontab file so you get mailed on someone's birthday.

incron  - is an "inotify cron" system. It consists of a daemon and a table manipulator. You can use it a similar way as the regular cron. The difference is that the inotify cron handles filesystem events rather than time periods.

 
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