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How to Build Your Own Usenet Indexer CRON JOB

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Loki555
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Hello I have followed the how-to but I have some questions about the cron job.

In the Admin section of Newznab you can read:
"Next you will want to get the latest headers. This should be done from the command line, using the linux or windows shell scripts found in /misc/update_scripts/cron_scripts (or batch_scripts for windows users), as it can take some time. If this is your first time dont bother with the cron/init scripts just open a command prompt...

cd newznab/misc/update_scripts
php update_binaries.php

After obtaining headers, the next step is to create releases. This is best done from the command line using the linux or windows shell scripts found in /misc/update_scripts/cron_scripts (or batch_scripts for windows users). If this is your first time dont bother with the cron/init scripts just open a command prompt...

cd newznab/misc/update_scripts
php update_releases.php"

How can this be done with a cronjob so after the first job (getting headers) is done the second job (create releases) will start and so on an on ....

Greetings

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