crontab -e opens up the editor selector. I choose 2 for nano. Edit the cron job.
[Ctrl]+O to save.
[Ctrl]+Z to exit. Then
crontab -l to list and it tells me there are no cron jobs set for my user.
There is no
/etc/cron.allow file and there is no
/etc/cron.deny. My user is in the
I did a
apt-get remove cron && ape-get update && apt-get install cron and it removed
clamtk clamtk-gnome cron ubuntu-standard so I reinstalled them as well. Still no luck.
sudo crontab -e brings up an empty nano cron file with standard instructions for editing cron.
sudo crontab -l gives : no crontab for root
crontab -e brings up an empty nano cron file with standard instructions for editing cron.
cronatb -l gives : no crontab for user
Using Ubuntu 16.04