I can't seem to get 'at' to work. I have slackware with kernel 2.0.0 and
at v. 2.9b. It works some of the time. Not every job I give it is carried
out. How much time in advance the job is specified seems not to matter,
nor does the time between jobs. The syntax for 'at' is simple, and I've
used it on other UNIX boxes. What should I be looking for? Why would there
be a problem?
Thanks for any help.