Schedule cron jobs to run on a time interval for the current user. Job definition format: "(min) (hour) (day_of_month) (month) (day_of_week) command_to_execute".

# To edit the crontab file for the current user:
crontab -e

# To edit the crontab file for a specific user:
sudo crontab -e -u <user>

# To view a list of existing cron jobs for current user:
crontab -l

# To remove all cron jobs for the current user:
crontab -r

# To sample job which runs at 10:00 every day (* means any value):
0 10 * * * <command_to_execute>

# To sample job which runs every minute on the 3rd of April:
* * 3 Apr * <command_to_execute>

# To sample job which runs a certain script at 02:30 every Friday:
30 2 * * Fri </absolute/path/to/script.sh>