The at utility allows some moderately complex time specifications. It
accepts times of the form HHMM or HH:MM to run a job at a specific time
of day. (If that time is already past, the next day is assumed.)
Ξ ~ → date
Tue 24 Jul 2012 09:17:36 EEST
Ξ ~ → at 09:18
Job 1 will be executed using /bin/sh
Ξ ~ → at 09:15
at: trying to travel back in time <<<< HERE THE PROBLEM # If that time is already past the next day is assumed!!!!!!!!!!!
zsh: exit 1 at 09:15
Five, ok, may by more years ago, I don't remember exactly. at had worked
like the man explain. Who is responsible for at code?
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