Archive for October 16th, 2008

In Linux you can list the contents of a users crontab from root by issuing the below command:

[root@server ~]#crontab -u username -l

How do you list crontabs for all of the users on your Linux server? The easiest way is to list the contents of /var/spool/cron which will provide you a list of all of the users that have cron entries. Then if you need the specific details of a users cron entries you can use the command above and replace username with the username in question to see the details.

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Its fairly easy to merge Microsoft Excel fields together but you have to be aware of formulas and then with how to pull that data out of the formula to save it on its own. I used this to merge title, first name, and last name together. Follow the directions below and you should have no problems merging Excel fields together.

1. New Column: Add the below formula to a new column.

=CONCATENATE(A1,” “,B1,” “,C1)

Microsoft Excel Formula for Merge

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