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Old 12th September 2010
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Default default crontab

Maybe I am missing something. Openbsd's default crontab is supposed to be in /etc according to docs. There is no crontab in /etc by default. There is a copy of the standard system crontab file in /usr/etc.

I can install that one however, cron seems to be executing newsyslog periodically (despite the fact that I see no crontabs for root).

Should the default crontab be installed in /etc ?
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