I have created some scripts, really tiny ones, that are meant to disable certain network interfaces when not in the office.
The scripts themselves are just simple one liners that are working well when started by manually. For some reason the scheduler does not start them reliable.
Please have a look at the screenshot to see the summary of it.
I followed the guidelines and do not see, where I have made a mistake. Permissions should be fine, clock is set, syntax should be okay, manual trigger works. But the scheduler is not reliable.
What is really confusing: OVPN_an is triggered by the scheduler, but OVPN_aus is not. Does anybody see the difference? I feel like blind...
If somebody has an idea that would make my day...