Someone called Gerard J. Keating said on Mon, May 22, 2000 at 01:03:39PM +0100:
>> Other than writing one myself, is there a command i can use in a script,
> to pause executation for a minute.
>> what i am trying to do is...
>> usernetctl ppp1 up
>> # command to wait 'till the connection is made
>> ftp -n < blah
>> usernetctl ppp1 down
>Does usernetctl fork into the background straightaway? If not, you could go
usernetctl ppp1 up && ftp -n < blah ; usernetctl ppp1 down
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