I’m covering two modules, just because of the sheer shortness of the content.
The “cron” module’s “configure” menu is a raw interface to essentially “crontab -e.” In other words, you have to put in the cront entry by hand, using the crontab format you would use on the majority of standardized cron systems across the land of Unix in general. After you add all of the entries you want, you can “start” and/or “enable” as per any other normal module for the LAN Turtle. This will get your cron jobs loaded and ready to kick off whatever scheduled tasks you intended it to run.
minutes hours day-of-the-month month day-of-the-week command-to-run
The “uptime” module doesn’t need the “start” or “enable” menu options. The “configure” menu option simply displays the system uptime to the user.
I feel bad for cheesing out on two of the really short module topics, but I have a wicked cough still. I’ll try to pick a more exciting module to cover next week, I promise.
Thanks for reading.