I often run into permission problems with user crontabs. That is, a
crontab run under a user's permissions.
First of all, it seems to me that a user's crontab doesn't have
exactly the same permission as the user himself. Is this true?
If so, what permissions does a user's crontab have?
Is there anyway I can simulate these permissions on the command line,
so I can test things before putting them in a crontab?
What I'd like to avoid is the frustrating cycle of putting a line in
a user's crontab (a few minutes ahead), waiting for it to fire off,
have it fail, check error logs, try again...
It would be much simpler if I could simulate the crontab's
environment, and just run the thing from the command line.
Any hope? I'm running FreeBSD 6.3
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