Jamie Cameron - 2003-04-11

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Webmin puts a \ before any % in the cron command, because
normally a % in the command indicates that anything after it
should be passed as input to the command. Putting a % before
it is usually needed to escape it and preserve the command
as it is ..
Which operating system are you using, and which version of
cron? It may be that yours doesn't support the % feature ..