You are a fcron's user, and you don't know how to do something, or you have a question about fcron ?
Then subscribe to the User Mailing-List
and send your question there : it's the best way to get an answer.
Nevertheless if, for some reason, you don't want to post your question on the ML, you can send me an email at .
If you want to help fcron development, say what you'd like to see in fcron, or just have a look at what's going on about fcron, subscribe to the Dev Mailing-List.
You can access the version in development on fcron's git repository:
git clone git://git.tuxfamily.org/gitroot/fcron/fcron.git
If you find a bug, please send a bug report, so as we can fix it.
You should send it to the Dev Mailing-List or directly to me at .
To fix a bug, we need as much info as possible, including :
- a detailed description of the bug
- the corresponding log (with fcron running in debug mode if possible)
- the description of your system (OS, programs, versions, etc)
Or even better, a patch ... :)
There is 3 mailing lists related to fcron :
- fcronannounce, to be informed when a new version of fcron is released;
- fcronsupport, the user support ML, if you have a question about fcron;
- fcrondev, the development ML.
To subscribe to a mailing list, send a mail to NameOfTheListemail@example.com with the subject "subscribe" (where NameOfTheList is ... the name of the list :), ie. fcronannounce or fcronsupport or fcrondev).
You can do it manually or use one of the 3 following links :
WARNING: you need to configure your email software to send emails as pure text (*no* HTML) or the mailing list software won't know how to interpret your email.
Author & Webmaster
You can contact the author of fcron and webmaster of this site, Thibault Godouet, at .
You can send him any bug you happen to encounter, propositions, congratulations or flames.