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On the command line you would type:

open "/Users/rscy/Desktop/my stuff/erodedc-0.6/erodedc"

If you go to the terminal and type:

man open

you can get more information about what "open" does. It's basically the same as double-clicking the file. I find it useful because you can open many documents or programs very quickly this way, for example: "open Budget*.xls" would open Budget1999.xls, Budget2000.xls, but not Budget.xls.

To get cron to do something, you have to add a line to your crontab file. If you type "crontab -e", this will open your personal crontab for editing (probably in VI). The system-wide crontab is /etc/crontab - you could look at it for examples.
 
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