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shutdown 5:30pm every day

for a five thirty pm shutdown, should I change this: 30 02 * * * /sbin/shutdown -h now to: 30 17 * * * /sbin/shutdown -h now see also: Crontab Shut down command didn't work
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Run program as root without using sudo

Can someone help me to run a ".run" on Ubuntu 12.04 LTS. My problem is I want to execute this program as super-user, but I don't want to use sudo to run it. I just want to run with ...
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Is there a utility for hopping in and out of a CLI?

Lets say I've got a bit of server software. I start it up and it provides an interface on stdin/stdout that I can use to enter commands during runtime. I want to be able to start it up over SSH, exit ...
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How to prevent users from renaming files while providing write permissions on Linux

For some special purpose, I want to prevent non-root users of the Linux Server from changing or renaming the filenames. However, they can modify and write to the contents of the file. How to do this ...
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Recommend way to setup a terminal program to run in the background on boot?

I'm running Ubuntu 11.10 Server edition. Currently I boot up the server, log in, run the application "screen", run an existing terminal program to do some work, and then use screen to lock the ...
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What's the complement of `top -u`?

The top -u mary command allows me to see all jobs running by user mary. What is the command to show the complement of that: all top processes except the jobs running by mary?
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Shell Scripting for Linux Server Administration

I recently started learning Linux(Ubuntu), and i'm aware that Linux has it's own form of language i.e Shell Scripting. What i'll like to know is that is this language enough to administer a Linux ...
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Why doesn't 'w' or 'who' command show all logged in users?

I have Ubuntu 11.10 installed on a laptop shared by multiple members of our family. When I execute the 'w' or 'who' command from a command line, I only see my account even though there are three users ...