Hi, Since WebEngine 1.0.4 has its own cron job system, you will only have to setup one cron job and the web will take care of the rest. Just follow the above steps in order to create a cron job using Webmin. Step 1: If you are not sure what's the path to your WebEngine powered website files, then go to Others > File Manager. Use the file manager to navigate through CentOS's directories and find your website's path to the cron.php file inside the "cron" folder. By default, your websites should be stored in: /var/www/html/ Image: Step 2: Once you have the full path to the cron.php file, go to System > Scheduled Cron Jobs, then click "Create a new scheduled cron job." Image: Step 3: Now, this is the part where you get to setup the cron job. Set the "Execute cron job as" setting to apache. Set the "Command" setting to: /usr/bin/php -q /var/www/html/......../cron/cron.php Make sure you edit it with your own path! And finally, check the radio button "Times and dates selected below ..". This will make the cron job to run every single minute of every hour, allowing WebEngine to manage its own cron jobs. Image: When you finished simply click on the "Create" button and you will be done! Regards, Lautaro.