Hey Roger, when you want to write a new email to this list don't reply 
to an existing posting and just change the subject line. It ruins it for 
people who follow messages using threading.

You did that with my message and now both of our "message threads" will 
appear mixed up together.

Just a friendly reminder. Please don't do it again.


Roger Thomas wrote:
> i wrote an ecard script and added 'send at a future date' feature.
> this feature is implemented via cron that runs daily at 1200 hours
> $> crontab -l looks like:
> 00 00 * * * wget http://ecard.domain.com/futuresend.php 2&1> /dev/null
> it works great but everyday there will be a file being written to my ecard
> directory.
> this file is named futuresend.php.1
> the next day there will be another file called futuresend.php.2
> so on and so forth.
> how do i stop Solaris/Linux from spitting this file out ?
> --
> roger
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