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Fun Facts About Rich:
- By day, I'm a software/systems engineer working on cool stuff for Gracenote, by night/spare-time I'm a
crime fighting superheroweb developer.
- I'm British and have recently moved to San Francisco from London.
- I like curry... and Mountain Dew... but not together.
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How can I find automatically running scripts on a sever?
That's what the first part of my answer does, the "for user in..." command shows you all the cron jobs for all the users. They're stored in /var/spool/cron/crontabs/ usually.