I've searched extensively in this forum and found no mention of a similar problem, so here goes: I have written a little Python script to randomly rotate my wallpaper (since GNOME 3 removed that ability). My first approach to it was quite silly, since I had put it running in a loop and of course that required a lot of CPU time.
Then I started looking at cron. I set up a simple call to the script (which is in my user home) every 2 minutes. Trouble is, I can see that crond effectively called it (I've been watching /var/log/cron for some time) but does not run it. (and yes, the script does run when I call it manually!
I've tried putting it in the system's crontab (/etc/crontab) and the user's one, I've also tried to make root run the script instead of me (in case my user account is not authorised to run cronjobs...), and I even tried to disable SELinux to see if that help (it didn't).
Can you please give me a hand with this? Oh, and my machine is running the 64-bit version of Fedora 16. (no rawhide, just standard updates, I want to keep it as stable as possible...)