Automatic shutdown - Help

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  1. Automatic shutdown

    Running RH9.0.

    I'm using 'at' and 'shutdown -h xx:xx' to automatically power down my
    computer at a time I specify (about an hour after I go to bed when I
    don't need to hear the mp3's anymore . Is this a "healthy" way to
    do such a thing? Do I have another option?

    Thanks very much,
    Tim

  2. Re: Automatic shutdown

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    On 2003-11-18, Tim wrote:
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    > I'm using 'at' and 'shutdown -h xx:xx' to automatically power down my
    > computer at a time I specify (about an hour after I go to bed when I
    > don't need to hear the mp3's anymore . Is this a "healthy" way to
    > do such a thing? Do I have another option?


    It's healthy, but why use at?

    - --keith

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  3. Re: Automatic shutdown

    Keith Keller wrote in message >
    > It's healthy, but why use at?
    >


    Good point. Thanks for the input.

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