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So I'm trying to set up some kind of cron job-like system for me to run a few scripts I need to run regularly, but of course since PHP isn't actually installed, I can't just reference it in a scheduled task. I'm wondering what the best way to get around that is? I don't want to launch a browser every time (this will be running every minute or so)

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Search the Wiki for cron you will find it covered there.

These two pages will get you started with portable cron.

Installing Drupal and Installing Moodle

All the best

Ric :unsure:

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Search the Wiki for cron you will find it covered there.

These two pages will get you started with portable cron.

Installing Drupal and Installing Moodle

All the best

Ric :unsure:

*Smacks Head* yeah, shoulda thought of checking that. Sorry to waste your time, thanks though!

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there are also other possibilities like windows AT.exe and SCHTASKS.exe using wget.exe to call a cron job php in apaches environment.

 

for more check out http://bananaacid.de.vu/?uniserver/test_Sc...ystem_dependent and read the howto.txt

 

for manual setup of cron jobs its super fast and easy. but integrating into admin panel needs an interface. provided by a plugin for example.

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