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© December 2003 (various)

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Why do I get "cronsched: no response from server" messages (Old Sco Unix) ?

This is related to the Calendar server- see "man calendar" and "man scocalendar". Usually this means that something is broken, so if you aren't using calendar, and therefore don't care that it is broken, you can just comment out the "cronsched" entries from root's crontab.

If you do care, see Cron entry generates "cronsched: Error occurred at server" message..

Also: I changed system locale and now the calendar server does not start..


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