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    Print commands in the 'at' queue

    Hey everyone, I've got a noob Linux question. I'm trying to figure out how I can see the command to an at job that's in the queue. I know that 'atq' will list the queue by job number, but does anyone know where I can see what that job is?
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    Re: Print commands in the 'at' queue

    Quote Originally Posted by decktrio View Post
    I know that 'atq' will list the queue by job number, but does anyone know where I can see what that job is?
    Run this command on the job number you get there:
    Code:
    at -c <job-number>
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    Smile Re: Print commands in the 'at' queue

    Thanks!
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