"at" cannot open .SEQ file
Binary package hint: at
When testing the "at" command in a console, I got this after upgrading to Intrepid:
Cannot open lockfile /var/spool/
The /var/spool/cron permissions are as expected (see /var/lib/
However, when I checked out the /usr/bin/at command, it was missing the u+s permission. Is that intended? If so, should the .SEQ be g+rw too? At this time it is -rw------- (u+rw only).
By doing this:
chmod u+s /usr/bin/at
it fixed my problem, but it feels wrong if the security could prevent the user setuid...
On the other hand, it was that way in older systems (8.04 still has the u+s flag turned on.)
P.S. There is the version, and also I tried an "apt-get install --reinstall at" to see whether the permissions would be magically fixed and nothing was changed...
||/ Name Version Description
ii at 126.96.36.199ubuntu3 Delayed job execution and batch processing