> On the Linux box compile PHP as CGI (i.e. don't configure it as an apache
> mod). Then you can just run your script from the the command-line.

This is called CLI (Command Line Interface), not CGI (Common Gateway 
Interface). The CGI is called from an WebServer; CLI get's called from a 
shell-(script) or any thing.

Anyway, this is the most likely way to do this. The PHP Binaries for Windows 
already ship with a CLI-Version of PHP which lives in the root of your PHP 
folder. Most Linux Distribution have also one (I'm not using Red Hat), which 
would usually live in /usr/bin/php ( to find out, type: whereis php).
The CLI can fine be scheduled either by a Vixie-Crontab or by a windows 
scheduler task.


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