“You can place this file either at /etc/boto.cfg for system-wide use or in the home directory of the user executing the commands as ~/.boto.”
The former simply means that you might create a configuration file named
boto.cfg within directory
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Just use crontab -e and follow the tutorial here:
Look at point 3 for a guide on how to specify the frequency.
Based on your requirement, it should effectively be:
*/10 * * * * /usr/bin/python script.py
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Sudo resets PATH, along with many other environment variables, for security reasons. It doesn’t matter what is set in /etc/profile, unless you run sudo -i.
The sudo manual page, under SECURITY NOTES, gives an insight about the security implications, along … Read more