Hi Caspar,

@ 11:11:25 AM on 11/21/01, Caspar Kennerdale wrote:

> yes ideally with cron- I know nothing about it really other than a
> little bit i've read- but my isp says they can execute a perl file
> and not a php file via cron.

ISP's can be strange about that stuff, but it's understandable
sometimes. Try compiling a php executable for yourself in your home
directory and running it from cron and see if that gets around it. (If
the sysadmin finds out he might give you the boot though.)

man 5 crontab

(if you have shell access)

Might not work that way either, depending on the sysadmin.

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