I have some trouble with the at command on my SBC2.
I have installed the package "at" (3.1.12-1em1) which contains the at daemon (atd). I can schedule commands, both using stdin and a script (-f), and the commands do run at the expected time. However, the scheduled job is never removed from the queue (as displayed by atq). Instead, it looks like the job is still running (which it isn't). Also, if I now schedule new jobs, they sometimes do not start at the scheduled time and sometimes cause the at daemon to hang causing 100% CPU load. But if I first remove the job which is stuck in the queue and then schedule a new one, it will run as expected (but will again not quit).
These problems are not reported as bugs at bugs.debian.org and the same version works without these problems on my amd64 system.
Any clues as to what may go wrong?