Embarrassing "systemsettings" question...

Colin J Thomson - G6AVK colin at g6avk.demon.co.uk
Sun Jan 3 12:58:10 GMT 2010

On Friday 01 January 2010 11:27:09 Anne Wilson wrote:
> On Friday 01 January 2010 02:46:48 Steven P. Ulrick wrote:
> > Hello Everyone
> > It is an embarrassing question because:
> > 1. I read somewhere that the functionality of "KCron" from KDE3.5.*
> > was located somewhere in "systemsettings"
> > 2. Worse, I have used it from that location on a few occasions, and
> > now I can't find it any more...
> >
> > This came up because of an almost certainly NON-KDE issue: the
> > /var/spool/crontab file that contained the commands that I use to
> > back up my system every day have disappeared...  I think THAT would
> > be a question for the Fedora list, though :)
> >
> > Anyway, just refresh my memory: where is the functionality of KCron
> > now located.  And, if it has really disappeared from my system for
> > some reason, why, and has it disappeared for anyone else?
> There has been much talk about reorganising because people thought that
>  the layout was unfriendly.  It seems to me that some items have been
>  lost in the shift.  I agree that kcron seems to have gone (in 4.3.85),
>  and so does user management, both of which are very important to me. 
>  I'll try to ask around and find out what's happening.

Running F12/KDE-4.4Beta2 here, for Kcron how about:

System Settings >  Advanced > (System Section)Task Scheduler


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