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cron is the Linux command-line scheduler. Use crontab -e to create (or edit) your cron jobs. See Cron HowTo and crontab (5) for details.
I have to say that you are doing things the wrong way: thunderbird&: Those warnings are not random. What you are doing here is executing Thunderbird as root... you shouldn't! If you need to start a program when your system boots up, specially if they use GUI's, you should add them to the startup application list instead. Runing any application ...
You can write a script which is run by lightdm when you login. e.g: #!/bin/bash if ((`date +%H` >= 20)); then sleep 10 fi The above script will cause a 10 sec delay if the you try to login between 20:00 and 23:59. Make the script executable and place it somewhere, e.g ~/bin/login_script To make it run by lightdm edit /etc/lightdm/lightdm.conf and ...
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