Linux Packages

crontabs.noarch package on CentOS 8 / RHEL 8

Current version: 1.11

How to install or uninstall crontabs.noarch on CentOS 8 / RHEL 8?

Last updated on January 20, 2022

1. Install crontabs.noarch package.

Please follow the guidelines below to install crontabs.noarch package:

sudo dnf install crontabs.noarch

2. Uninstall / Remove crontabs.noarch package.

Please follow the guidelines below to uninstall crontabs.noarch package:

sudo dnf remove crontabs.noarch
sudo dnf autoremove

3. Full information of crontabs.noarch package.

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Installed Packages
Name : crontabs
Version : 1.11
Release : 16.20150630git.el8
Architecture : noarch
Size : 21 k
Source : crontabs-1.11-16.20150630git.el8.src.rpm
Repository : @System
From repo : anaconda
Summary : Root crontab files used to schedule the execution of programs
URL : https://fedorahosted.org/crontabs
License : Public Domain and GPLv2
Description : This package is used by Fedora mainly for executing files by cron.
:
: The crontabs package contains root crontab files and directories.
: You will need to install cron daemon to run the jobs from the crontabs.
: The cron daemon such as cronie or fcron checks the crontab files to
: see when particular commands are scheduled to be executed. If commands
: are scheduled, it executes them.
:
: Crontabs handles a basic system function, so it should be installed on
: your system.

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