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crontab -l allows to check the entries in your user crontabl 📝 No need to edit it and taking the risk to break things 👌

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@carlchenet in debian, have a look at /var/spool/cron/crontabs . you can see there who has a crontab

@carlchenet Only current-user crontabs though.

if you still need to read other cron files, you can still use vim -R (open in read-only mode).

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