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at.allow doesn't work
Authored by: tcwatson on Aug 25, '02 04:02:26PM

checked out the man page and found this:

Traditional access control to at and batch via the files /var/at/at.allow and /var/at/at.deny is not implemented.

The date on the man page is 1993 though.

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at.allow doesn't work (yeah it does)
Authored by: wjc on Oct 16, '02 09:40:31AM

it does work.

2 ways to do it:
sudo pico /var/at/at.allow, enter your username and save file
sudo touch /var/at/at.deny (from another post here)

either way, you'll get access to at

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