What do you mean by "appropriate #! at the top"?
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> On Tue, Jun 18, 2002 at 08:48:19PM +0100, Matthew Ward wrote:
> > Basically, I want to get a PHP script to run every set amount of time,
> > what do I have to type in the "Command" box to get a PHP script to run?
> If your script has the appropriate #! at the top, you can type in the path
> and name of the script. Say, "/usr/home/username/dir/script.php" for
> Make sure the script has it's owner executable permission set (chmod 700,
> for example).
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