Edit Package cronie

Cron daemon for executing programs at set times

https://fedorahosted.org/cronie/

Cronie contains the standard UNIX daemon crond that runs specified programs at
scheduled times and related tools. It is a fork of the original vixie-cron and
has security and configuration enhancements like the ability to use pam and
SELinux.

  • Devel package for openSUSE:Factory
  • 2 derived packages
  • Links to openSUSE:Factory / cronie
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Source Files (show merged sources derived from linked package)
Filename Size Changed
cron.service 0000000323 323 Bytes almost 4 years
cron_to_cronie.README 0000000181 181 Bytes almost 13 years
cronie-1.6.1.tar.gz 0000149913 146 KB 9 months
cronie-crond_pid.diff 0000000389 389 Bytes 10 months
cronie-nheader_lines.diff 0000002836 2.77 KB 10 months
cronie-pam_config.diff 0000000826 826 Bytes over 3 years
cronie.changes 0000052152 50.9 KB about 1 month
cronie.spec 0000008960 8.75 KB about 1 month
deny.sample 0000000006 6 Bytes almost 13 years
fix-manpage-replace-anacrontab-with-crontab.patch 0000000782 782 Bytes over 8 years
run-crons 0000009362 9.14 KB over 2 years
sample.root 0000000720 720 Bytes over 1 year
sysconfig.cron 0000002392 2.34 KB over 2 years
Comments 2

Avindra Goolcharan's avatar

avindra wrote over 1 year ago

debianutils in Factory after rev 196.

  • Snapshot (20210908 or earlier)
  • Revision 196
Problem: the to be installed cronie-1.5.7-85.1.x86_64 requires 'debianutils', but this requirement cannot be provided
  not installable providers: debianutils-4.11.2-2.1.i586[download.opensuse.org-oss]
                   debianutils-4.11.2-2.1.x86_64[download.opensuse.org-oss]
                   debianutils-4.11.2-2.1.i586[openSUSE-20160422-0]
                   debianutils-4.11.2-2.1.x86_64[openSUSE-20160422-0]

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Danilo Spinella's avatar

dspinella wrote over 1 year ago

Is this error still happening? It's weird, debianutils should have been in Factory by now...

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