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Old 5th August 2011, 16:03
Mark_NL Mark_NL is offline
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1. it shouldn't be spamd -d .. because this way you're calling the daemon binary itself, and will not fork into the background, it'll stay in the foreground until you kill it (with f.e. CTRL-C).

2. The cron entry is something that you've added manually, the dist-upgrade will not change manually changed values/settings etc. You've added that entry, so it's you're responsibility to see if it still works.
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