All jobs are working but not the latest.
It starts a script that produces a file. But the file is empty if i run it from cron, but if i run it manually in the same way as it is written in cron it works.
10 12 * * * /home/admin/bin/lic-print.sh
I have tried with
10 12 * * * root /home/admin/bin/lic-print.sh doesnÂ´t work
If i run it from prompt with /home/admin/bin/lic-print.sh it works, doesnÂ´t matter if i run it as root or admin.
cron jobs are run by the cron daemon, which is started upon boot and uses the environment set at that time. IOW, it has a limited environment and any user-specific settings are not part of it. It has nothing to do with "export"ing variables as a user.
You can either set up your own PATH inside your script, or fully reference the binaries outside the standard path (as you did). To check the environment context provided by cron, simply start a cron job that redirects the output of the “env” command to a file…