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I have a situation where I am deleting the crontab and then recreate it.
So I do crontab -r and then crontab -e.
The problem I have is that crontab -e opens up nano, and I’d like a command line that can do
crontab -e then send the F3 and F2 keys, which are for save and exit.
I need to this happen since I will be sending the commands via an ssh connection so nano will not be used interactively.
I am doing this to have crontab automatically create itself a brand new crontab file with all correct permissions and header.
No need to use any interactive editor.
Write the new schedule to a file and then simply call:
See the crontab man page.